Captain’s Noon Report – Explorer

Location: 18° 46.6’ N / 110° 54.5’
Weather: Wind: N 8-10 kts, Seas: N 4-6 ft. Overcast sky. Visibility 20-25 feet.
Status: Socorro Island, “Cabo Pearce”

Yesterday we changed plans, we stayed in Punta Tosca for a fourth dive. Punta Tosca was so good yesterday. We stayed to do the silky snorkel there and it was good. The real action came after the last snorkel group got out of the water. The silky sharks started a frenzy, there were flyfish everywhere, that was super fun! We moved to Cabo Pearce last night and today was a good day. The animal action was good, some of the divers could see a black manta and a chevron manta, seven hammerheads and one black tip reef shark. On the second dive we had the best action. There were two chevron mantas and one beautiful black manta, six dolphins with a baby, and some silky sharks. Now we are ready for the third dive, lets see what Cabo Pearce has for us.
– Captain Gilberto

By Noon Reports

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

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