Captain’s Noon Report – Explorer – 2019-10-28

Location: 29° 08.6’N / 118° 17.2’ W
Weather: 19°/20° VZ: 15/20 meters
Status: Anchored 265ft at Monkey face spot

Second dive day in the island and apart from the partly cloudy sky the morning is being very good., maybe a little slower in terms of surface action, but in the submersible cages it is very good. We just can identify slash fin but we have the visit of at least 3/4 sharks with special mention of a big and fat female with their usual army of pilot fish.. It was amazing! Guests are happy all time and its good for us have a good like this all time sharing good speakings with us and between them. Yesterday evening was again Andy show… We think next season Andy its going to have 2 ft more cause all that tuna that he stole us! For me Andy is one of my favorite sharks. Looks like he likes having the divers taking pictures and videos of him. He’s always swimming really close to cages with his majestic style.. it’s a beautiful animal and always makes our day when he comes.

Capt. Josep

By Noon Reports

Daily dive and conditions reports from our captains onboard the Nautilus Liveaboard vessels.

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