Captain’s Noon Reports – Undersea – 2023-06-01

18.46.389N – 110.54.388W, anchor resting in 100Ft of water, windy day, at anchor wind is doing 12kts gusting to 18kts at times, nice and flat sea at anchor, outside the bay wind is doing 24kts NW, waves are 3 FT and getting bigger as the day gets older, very early morning there was no wind and ocean were flat but weather conditions have been a bit difficult this trip, air temperature is 73F same as the ocean, clear skies with some clouds.

The first dive was amazing, Mantas, Galapagos, dolphins, silkies, and hammerheads were everywhere. On the second dive, the guests saw one manta and then couldn´t focus anymore as they got engulfed in what they called a cloud of hammerheads. Some of the guests said the hammerheads kept swimming around them for ages, and some say this is the best dive of their lives.

Cabo Pearce keeps delivering amazing dives and has been the best spot this season. The visibility today averages 70Ft current was mild running to the south.

By Noon Reports

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

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