Captain’s Noon Reports – Undersea – 2023-05-23

18.59.245N – 112.04.528, anchor resting in 250Ft, we are diving Roca Partida, cloudy skies, the wind is doing 12 knots NW, 8ft long swell NW, and wind waves are 4ft NW, air temperature is 74F, today ocean temperature is 78Ft, visibility varies depending on the side of the rock you are on.

In the first dive visibility was 90ft but in the second dive a greenish thermos came up and it was lower. The fish life is abundant, horse-eyed jacks, cotton mouth jacks, wahoo, yellowfin tunas, loads of creole fish, steel pampanos, and a lot more just swimming around the rock. The north corner and the balconies are full of white-tip reef fish, some Galapagos and silver tips are joining the crowd. The Rock has a lot of life, weather conditions are okay, and guests are having fun but some are getting seasick as the skiff ride back and forth from the dive site is a bit rocky. The dive platform is a bit challenging but doable with the crew working a little extra to keep things safe and easy for guests.

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

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