Captain’s Noon Reports – UnderSea – 2022-01-28

Location: Punta Tosca

Weather: Clear Skies, NE Wind (1-3kts), Calm Seas

Yesterday we finished with two more dives at Roca Partida with a school of hammerheads, lots of big tunas, and some dolphins almost at the end of the last dive. We departed last night and arrived this morning at Punta Tosca, the crossing was smooth. It has been a sunny and nice day, guest is enjoying the weather and the dive site. The current was very small when we started our dives, going to the southwest. In our first dive we had two chevrons and one black manta, and a lot of reef fishes, was a little bit calm. For the second dive we had mantas as well and lots of black tips reef sharks, was a good dive, guests were happy. We are planning to do a third dive at Roca O’neal, have our navy inspection after that, and move to Cabo Pearce for our Silky snorkel. Everyone is happy.

Water temperature: 77°F

Visibility: 100ft+

  • Captain José Isidro

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

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