Captain’s Noon Report – UnderSea – 2021-06-26

Location: Anchored at Roca O’Neal

Weather: NW Wind (8kts) and NW Swell (4-5ft)

The weather is nice today. We had black clouds in the morning but the sky is clearing up as the day goes by. The wind and waves have been picking up since the first dive but the conditions are still good. The archways at Roca O’Neal are nice. The guests are enjoying swimming through them but the best part is the pelagic life. The manta rays are friendly and they have been coming in pairs and some have said they had four hang around at the same time. Divemasters found some nudibranchs. We planned to do just two dives here and move on but the conditions have been great so we’re staying.

Water Temperature: 76°F

Visibility: 80ft

  • Captain Beto

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