Captain’s Noon Reports – Undersea – 2023-06-07

19.17.530N – 110.48.319W, anchor in 45Ft of water, is turning out to be a good day, but this morning it was cloudy, the ocean was mad, big waves almost no visibility and it felt cold.

But the second dive had a pleasant surprise for the divers who went in, because after the first dive 8 guests decided they didn´t want to go. But the Canyon had far better visibility, a current of clear water pushed the silt away, they could see 50Ft, and the cleaning station was full of sharks. Galapagos, silkies, silver tips, and even a bunch of hammerheads were around and getting cleaned. Then a very friendly manta came around and stayed for the entire dive.

The guests are happy so I am happy too. There is a light current running to the east, the water temperature is 75F, the air temperature is 73F, the wind is doing 6kts SE, and there is a swell from the NW this morning, the swell was about 10Ft but is calming down with time. The sky is clearing up.

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

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