Captain’s Noon Reports – UnderSea – 2022-03-27

Location: Roca Partida

Weather: Partially Clear Skies, No Wind, Calm Seas

I don’t think the weather gets any better than this, some clouds but mostly clear skies, little wind no waves at all, pacific ocean today is flat as a table.

The first and the second dive with a strong current, creating a vortex when colliding with the rock. On the first dive, our guests did not enjoy it as much as on the second, when they knew what to expect and how to deal with the current. The divemasters did their best to stay protected from current and helped guests with their skills, the second dive had five different mantas, tons of silky sharks the reef white tip sharks, some Galapagos and silvertip sharks, a handful of tunas and wahoos, and a few hammerheads, diving is good, two dives in the pocket and two more to go.

Water temperature: 73°F

Visibility: 75ft

  • Captain Beto

By Noon Reports

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

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