Captain’s Noon Reports – UnderSea- 2022-06-26

Location: Las Animas

Weather: Clear Skies, Light Breeze, Calm Seas

After the first dive the wind picked up a black cloud went over Las Animas we had some rain, that lasted for 8 minutes we still have the wind, and waves grew big with winds, now the wind is gusting to 22kts SW, and we are in a little cove protected from waves wind is swinging the boat different direction.

The first dive on the west side of Las Animas was pretty nice with loads of fish, two people saw one hammerhead shark and a guitarfish. On the second dive they wanted to interact with sea lions so they stayed shallow, there must be hundreds of sea lion, guests loved it and they once more so we are gonna take them back to the shallows to play with the sea lions, lots of them are on the surface just floating with their fin up in the air trying to warm up.

Yesterday we ended up the day with a night dive after dinner, two guests said it was the best night dive of their lives, with loads and loads of nudibranchs, sea slugs, etc.

Water temperature: 76°F

Visibility: 40ft

  • Captain Beto

By Noon Reports

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

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