Captain’s Noon Reports – Gallant Lady – 2023-04-14

NGl 24.15.64N 109.55.953W

Clear blue sky, wind NW3-5 in the channel of Cerralvo, but constant 12-15knts north of Cerralvo and in the San Lorenzo channel. Air temp: 29C, water temp: 21C, visibility:4-5meters.

The Gallant lady is in the north of Cerralvo channel. This morning we woke up in front of la Ventana, with a few schools of mobulas around the boat. They were not jumping but we could see the ripples on the surface. All the guests went snorkeling and had a great time in the water, despite the low visibility. They were very happy.

Then we headed north along the west coast of the channel. At Punta Gorda, we found more schools of mobulas, and the guests went snorkeling until lunch. Everybody came back onboard for lunch and check out. They are now getting ready to jump back into the Rhib and continue the search for orcas, whales, or dolphins.

Yesterday afternoon we did a dive and snorkel at La Reyna: 5 guests went for a dive with Rouslam. The visibility was 3-4 meters and the water was 20C. They found the shipwreck, loads of moray eels, and a diversity of fish. Rachel, who is doing her first liveaboard, said it was the best dive of her life.
After the dive, we tried to snorkel with a pod of bottlenose dolphins, but they were fishing and did not cooperate at all.

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

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