Captain’s Noon Reports – Undersea – 2023-03-25

19.17.741N – 110.48.580W anchor in 50Ft of water, is a good day of diving so far, wind is doing 14 steady kts NE so it feels at anchor, we have some choppy seas maybe a foot high and a long 3ft swell NE, wind gusts to 20kts at times, overcast skies, boat is just fine but is uncomfortable to walk around as we keep rocking some.
Warm up dive was done off the dive platform, we did Leather Bass alley and dive was pretty good, there was a little current running to the west, visibility was 80Ft in that first dive, a friendly manta came and play for long, guests were very happy, second dive had same type of current easy to work with, and they dove the Canyon, lots of action at the cleaning station, that rock was full of sharks, Galapagos, silver tips, reef white tip sharks, some silky shark, a handful of hammerhead sharks.

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

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