Captain’s Noon Reports – Undersea – 2023-06-03

19.17.536N – 110.48.298W, anchor in 45Ft of water, diving The Canyon today, weather conditions are a bit weird, the wind is blowing 14kts NW gusting above 20kts, air temperature is 75F same as the water.

There, there is a surge so big that it seems like is going to break long before it reaches the shoreline. The swell is 10 to 12ft where I am standing I can see it coming from the SE and SW. It is kind of hugging the Canyon, stirring the bottom up, and making visibility low, they can see only 40 to 50Ft. The action is good and constant despite the swell and visibility, the cleaning station is full of life, Galapagos, silver tips, silkies, and even hammerheads are taking turns to get cleaned and groomed and then a couple of chevron mantas showed up. The two-morning dives had lots of hammerheads and tiger sharks. Guests are very SAD as it is their last day and they want more

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

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