Captain’s Noon Reports – Under Sea – 2023-06-19

Boiler. 19.19.451N – 110.48.409W anchor resting in 110Ft, three shots of chain holding the boat.

Today is an incredible weather day at the boiler I can say is the best weather I had this season.
There is almost no wind flat seas, the air temperature is 80F, the water today is 75 and they had some colder thermos.

The first dive had a very strong current running to the north, second dive the current stopped and conditions changed for the better. The first dive came with a couple of dolphins that showed up at their safety stop and on the second dive dolphins came and stayed long with the divers. Also, mantas were more active in the second dive and some saw a hammerhead shark. Visibility is 50F.

The white-tip reef sharks were just going crazy trying to catch their meal, the horse-eyed jacks and yellowfin tunas were everywhere, and the tuna was going after the creole fish – the reef was a busy place today. Guests were super happy with the dolphins and they want more.

By Noon Reports

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

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