Captain’s Noon Reports – UnderSea – 2022-06-28

Location: Enroute to El Saltito

Weather: Clear Skies, Light Breeze, Calm Seas.

On our way to El Saltito, we are looking for a scuba dive then we may do the Salvatierra wreck, guests having lunch,
This morning we went mobula hunting and the results were amazing, guests were so happy that they asked for a second snorkel so right after breakfast they went out again, and some of them came back yelling Thousand of mobulas! We will try to collect some blogs and pictures later. Guest are happy, we are happy.

Yesterday right after the last dive at la Reina, I took some of the guests out in the skiff to see the mobulas, we were anchored just one cable from the rock and while they were diving mobulas kept coming around the boat, then for the night dive we took the chance and placed four big flood lights aiming straight into the ocean anchored in la Ventana close to where we see the schooling mobulas and just waited to see if we could get some. We waited up until midnight and no much came around, we did have a few mobulas coming close to the boat but only for a second, and just as they showed up they disappeared in the dark, we did have a group of eight huge needlefish that stayed next to the boat for hours along with some flying fish and a lot of sea bugs, people were grateful that we were willing to try it.

Today conditions have been perfect light breeze flat ocean, blue skies, LIFE IS GOOD

  • Captain Beto

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

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