Captain’s Noon Reports – Explorer – 2022-02-13

Location: Punta Tosca

Weather: Clear Skies, NNE Wind (8-12kts), N Swell (2-4ft)

Yesterday we did our last dive and Punta Tosca was very generous with our divers. Mantas and hammerheads for the last dive. After dives we moved to the navy base for the check-in and all was good, after dinner we did the silky snorkel and it was rough, not many sharks appear and people just did around 10 minutes of snorkel, at the end everything was good.

Today we start in the first position jumping at 0700 am, visibility from one side of the site around 100 ft, to the other side around 60 ft, no current on the first dive, manta action is in Cabo Pearce, around six or seven mantas were here with the divers, also a lot of scattered hammerheads, and lots of dolphins, all the groups could see the dolphins on this dive, around 10-15 bottlenose dolphins were here playing with the guests.

The second dive was beautiful again, the current increased to medium to the E, five mantas at least, all the time they were present, divers could hear some humpbacks.

Water temperature: 77°F

Visibility: 60-100ft

  • Captain Gilberto

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

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