Captain’s Noon Reports – Explorer – 2022-07-04

Location: Cabo Pearce

Weather: Clear Skies, N Wind (8-12kts), N Swell (2-4ft)

Yesterday we did our last dive at Punta Tosca, very quiet dive with on manta in the distance and a few white tips, reef life, as usual, lobsters, one octopus, and lots of reef fish. After dives we moved to the navy base, all good with the routine inspection, after dinner, we did our silky snorkel, guests enjoyed the action, and we saw around eight-ten sharks.

Today we are in Cabo25c to Pearce, excellent good dives, no current, lots of mantas and hammerheads, around four mantas were there playing with our divers, very friendly and playful. The dive site is full of hammerheads, hammers everywhere during all dives, some other sharks appear as well, like a few Galapagos and some silky. Second dive visibility improved, medium current to the S, more and more hammerheads action, one or two mantas very friendly on this dive, one group of divers could see a small pod of bottlenose dolphins with a very small baby, around eight dolphins was just for a couple of minutes, but the hammerheads stay around for all dive long, they were together and all the guests could see the hammerheads sharks everywhere.

Water temperature: 77°F

Visibility: 50-80ft

  • Captain Gilberto

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

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