Captain’s Noon Reports – UnderSea – 2021-09-25

Location: Guadalupe Island

Weather: No Wind and Calm Seas

The day started cloudily but now the sun is out and we are for a really good sharky day. The action started at 0545 when we saw our first shark, probably because we were cutting tuna. From there is been my most embarrassing day as far as wrangling goes, I have been walking with shame, being honest I probably gave a shark a brain freeze. As soon as I put the bait in the water a shark went by at a high speed and took it, I did not stand a chance, in my defense, the glare in the low light conditions is a killer. I was there at 0630 trying to get more action, guests are enjoying it, they had been in and out of the cages all morning, one of the crazy sharks was Mace, who is one of the fastest sharks, then we have seen Paul Walker and Poseidon, then there are some more we don’t know at first glance, we believe we have seen more than 12 different sharks just in the morning. From the surface, we have seen the yellowfin tuna feeding on the smaller fish and a few sea lions swimming around.

Visibility: 100ft

Water temperature: 73°F

  • Captain Beto

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

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