Captain’s Noon Reports – Explorer – 2021-11-24

Location: Roca O’Neill

Weather: Clear Skies, No Wind, S Swell (2ft)

Yesterday we had two more dives in Roca Partida, the third dive was super quiet, no life on the rock, very light current to the S, just a few yellowfin tuna around there but one group could see a whale shark on their safety stop, just passing in front of them and then disappear, the last dive was much better, same conditions, on this dive all the guests could see the whale shark, it was a juvenile and he passed like two times around the rock, at the end everybody was happy.

Today we are in Roca O’Neill. What a first dive! No current, manta parade, five or six mantas one after another, also a school of 30 hammerheads, and a small pod of bottlenose dolphins. We stayed for 1 more dive here in Roca O’Neill, this second dive was very good too, same conditions, on this dive our guests could see three or four mantas. One manta stayed all the dive with one of the groups. Now we are moving to Punta Tosca to do the third dive and after that the check-in.

Water temperature: 80°F

Visibility: 80ft+

  • Captain Gilberto

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

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