Captain’s Noon Reports – Undersea – 2023-04-04

18.46.628N – 110.54.569W, we are diving cabo pearce today, anchor resting in 110Ft of water, is a beautiful day, and the dives are awesome, loads of mantas and they wanna play and stay around divers, this morning water was 73F and visibility was averaging 60Ft but on second dive there was an upwelling current with colder water and visibility dropped but diving remained the same good manta interaction and even the whale singing guests surfaced asking if we had seen them on the surface cause they say the singing was loud and they thought maybe they were around close.

In first dive they also saw a huge school of hammerhead sharks some say the number where on the hundreds….
Outside the bay wind is 16kts NW and gusting up to 25kt air is 73F wave action is not that bad despite the wind, 2 maybe 3 ft high. Inside the cove conditions are easy, nice, safe guests really enjoying cabo pearce

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

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