Captain’s Noon Report – Explorer – 2020-02-01

Location: ship’s position 18° 46.6’N / 110° 54.6’ W Socorro Island “Cabo Pearce”

Weather: Wind: NNE 4-8 kts NE seas: 2-4 ft. Overcast sky with a little bit of rain during the second dive

Yesterday we finish in Roca with two more good dives, mantas, hamerheads and the cherry on the top, one of the groups could see a humpback whale on the distance, everybody was super excited and happy. Today we start in cabo pearce first dive was good, no current, 77-78 F, and the visibility around 15 mts, two chevron mantas and a couple of hammerheads on this dive. Second dive was much better, one chevron manta some silver tips but the best were the dolphins, around 10 dolphins super friendly swimming with the divers. We have one more dive to do here in cabo pearce, then we will move to the navy base to do the check in, after dinner the silky snorkel and then move to san benedicto for our last day. All guests and crew doing great.

  • Captain Gilberto

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

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