Captain’s Noon Reports – UnderSea – 2022-06-02

Location: The Boiler

Weather: Cloudy Skies, NW Wind (10kts), NW Swell (6ft)

The Nautilus UnderSea is super stable in these conditions, but the wind waves have the dive platform with some difficulty to get guests in and out and the crew is working a lot harder to bring in the dive gear but is worth it as the two morning dives have been phenomenal, visibility is great, little to no current, sea life is abundant and the dolphins and mantas put out an awesome show for the first dive. The second dive was another great dive with more mantas schooling hammerhead sharks, a mobula ray, turtles, and towards the end of the dive a false killer whale, guests loved their last day of diving.

On our last dive yesterday in Punta Tosca some of the guests got to see a medium-size tiger shark, then on the silky snorkel, lots of the guests did it and loved it, towards the end of the snorkel things got a little tense as a couple the sharks came in to fast and close to the diver, one came straight up from the bottom for a guest so we ended and guests were very excited but understood the risk so they were fine.

Water temperature: 76°F

Visibility: 100ft+

  • Captain Beto

By Noon Reports

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

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