Captain’s Noon Reports – UnderSea- 2022-06-07

Location: The Boiler

Weather: Clear Skies, NW Wind (6kts), Long Swell (4ft)

The current starting now running to the north, strong current maybe two knots making it difficult for divers to go around the rock, but honestly we don’t need to move much as the action is on the lee side of The Boiler, the second dive had at least five different mantas and while divers were playing with the mantas a couple of Galapagos sharks kept circling the pinnacle, first dive three mantas kept divers busy. At the same time, a dolphin came playing with the mantas, one single dolphin came and went to each of the divers checked them all out to then get in an upright position, and started to sink down to the bottom like trying to lure someone down there, diving is good, weather conditions are good only dive platform is giving us some extra work. Still, the crew is all over it and keeping guests happy and safe, the current has the boat in opposite directions from the swell so the dive platform is a bit challenging but again crew is helping and keeping things under control.

Water temperature: 76°F

Visibility: 75ft

  • Captain Beto

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