Captain’s Noon Reports – Undersea – 2023-05-31

On our way to the Navy base, we just finished our second dive in Cabo Pearce.

The dives this morning were nice, with loads of action. Guests got to see tons of hammerhead sharks, mantas everywhere, Galapagos, silkies, and even a couple of silvertip sharks. Some say a turtle was being harassed by the Galapagos sharks. The reef had lots to see but the pelagic got all the attention.

We had a mild current running to the south, visibility averaged 75Ft, and water temperature is 73F, today the wind is blowing. Outside the cove, the wind is doing 25kts NW, and waves are over 4FT. Inside the bay, conditions were nice flat seas and NUS was pretty stable on the surface. Today air temperature is 72F.

By Noon Reports

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

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