Captain’s Noon Reports – Undersea – 2023-03-27

We are on our way to Punta Tosca, the morning dives today were pretty nice, loads of mantas definitely Cabo Pearce is the hottest site for mantas this season, mantas just keep coming and going, they were also happy about the singing whales and of course wishing for whales to come to the dive site, in both dives they saw dolphins, in firsts dive dolphins were on the hunt and not staying with divers, in second dive dolphins came just before their safety stop so diver got to interact with them for few minutes, also hammerheads came in small packs, little groups of 10 up to a dozen would come and go to the cleaning stations.
Yesterday on the fourth dive some of the divers saw a tiger shark in cabo pearce.
We are heading to Tosca so guests see a different site, the upwelling still here and is a lot colder and visinility is dow to 30Ft at the most but on top and around the first cleaning station water is bluer and is 75F, the thermos is down to 65F or so, today we had current running to the north moderate in first dive and strong in second dive. Looks like the weather is improving for the better, today wind is down to 10kts NE, wave action is coming down to we had some little 1 footer waves, air temperature is 73F.

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

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