Captain’s Noon Reports – Undersea – 2023-05-06

NUS Anchored at 18 17.4N-110 48.3W, in the Anchorage, San Benedicto Island, windy N of 15 kts and a gust of more than 20 knots, long period waves enter the anchorage of 4 feet, clear sky, air temperature 74F

Two dives this morning. Visibility is not the best, on the surface 20ft and after 20ft depth, we have 50ft. Water temp 75F and no current. First, the warm-up dive at the anchorage was very good. Guests were received by more than 10 dolphins, and when they were with the dolphins a Tiger Shark approached the divers very close, very curious. On the second dive in the Canyon, they saw 2 chevron mantas that stayed the entire dive with the clients, a few Galapagos sharks, silvertips, and hammerheads at the cleaning station.

Clients were happy with their first dives. Today in the morning the wind was strong with gusts of more than 20 knots.

By Noon Reports

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

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