Captain’s Noon Report – Under Sea – 2019-12-03

Location: Lat 18 59.17N Long. 112 05.39W
Weather: Sunny day. NNE wind 8-10 kts; Seas N 2-3 ft Water Temperature 25C. Visibility 80+ ft.
Status: At Roca Partida, adrift.

This morning at Roca Partida, the whole rock was just for us. We have had a great day so far, both morning dives has been awesome. On first dive there was a pod of dolphins playing around, a lot of sharks; Galapagos and Silvertips, besides the constant guests, reef whitetips. One Manta was hanging around and a lot of fish. On the second dive there were more sharks; Galapagos and silvertips. This time some of divers could see a schoolf of 30 hammerheads, a big school of yellowfin tuna, a school of bonitos and 2 Mantas. All divers had enjoyed the first two dives and are looking forward to more great dives. We are planning to stay here to dive tomorrow again.
– Captain Vicente

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

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