Captain’s Noon Reports – Undersea – 2023-05-07

NUS Anchored at 18 46.4N-110 02.4W, in Punta Tosca, Socorro Island, 105ft depth, the sky is partly cloudy, air temp 75F another windy day blowing from the North 15/20 knots and swells from the South of 4/5 feet.

This morning two very good diving in Tosca, visibility from the surface down to 15 feet is milky but beyond this depth, more than 100 ft on the outside of the reef and the temperature varies from 75F to 73F, and inside the reef 60F visibility.

Divers saw in the first dive more than 20 dolphins and 3 mantas and some hammerhead sharks. In the second dive 5 mantas, 2 black and 3 chevron, 1 tiger shark, and some hammerheads. The conditions due to the waves and the wind are not the most favorable but the dives were very good and the guests were happy. In the dives yesterday afternoon in the Canyon, we saw 1 juvenile tiger shark, mantas, and good action in the cleaning station with Galapagos sharks, silvertips, and hammerheads.

Cabo Pearce is the place for our next day of diving.

By Noon Reports

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

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