Captain’s Noon Reports – Undersea – 2023-03-16

19.19.685N – 110.48.698W, anchor in 112Ft, we are diving boiler today, we have a steady 10kts wind NW, long 4Ft swell NW and little wind waves, dive platform is okay not easy but not difficult, current and wind going opposite directions, clear skies, beautiful day, air temperature is 75F, today ocean is 72F guests were little cold after second dive, visibility averages 50Ft, first dive some of the divers were able to interact with dolphins, one group had them for over 10 minutes, then second dive friendly mantas came playing with guests thing is they had this current running to the north that is not that strong but wouldn´t let you swim around the rock and looks like manta didn’t like it either as they stayed with divers in the lee side, a group of diver had a squadron of eight hammerheads. Reef is a busy place with loads to see but of course, guests are seeking for the big ones.

And out in the distance we have been seeing humpback whales they come and go but not to the dive site, they are just teasing us.

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

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