Captain’s Noon Reports – Explorer – 2022-08-14

Location: San Francisquito

Weather: Clear Skies, S Wind (6-8kts), Calm Seas

Yesterday we finished our day in Las Animas with a beautiful night dive, we could dive with sea lions, octopus and a lot of reef fish around not all of our guests went to dive, some of them were very tired, the sun and heat were very strong yesterday but our guests are having a great time today.

Today we started the day with Ronald’s kayaks Challenge here on San Jose Island crossing the Estero(little river inside of the bay) our guests really enjoyed it and after that, we did a dive in el cayo which was beautiful, we could find a sea horse the size was kind of big to be a sea horse, a lot of reef fish, jow fish, pike bleni, and signal pike blending. The airplane was helping us in the morning to find something good, they did a good show in the airplane for us in the morning, we are going to spend another dive here in la Lobera and then we are going to return to the cayo for the night dive.

Water temperature: 82°F

Visibility: 55ft

  • Captain Julio

By Noon Reports

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

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