Captain’s Noon Reports – Under Sea – 2023-06-23

19.17.474N – 110.48.325W, anchored in 60Ft of water, is a beautiful day out, the wind is doing 8kts NW gusting to 14kts at times, air temperature is 78F, flat seas at anchorage, clear skies.

The first dive of the week was conducted from the dive platform, all guests went in and did good and after their weight check, they went into the deep blue water. LEATHER BASS ALLEY was good with loads of fish, a manta, one hammerhead shark, and a few white-tip reef sharks. Today visibility averages 50Ft, with little to no current, and the water temperature is 75F. The second dive at the cleaning station at the CANYON had tons of sharks, like the silver tips, Galapagos, silkies, and even a tiger shark joining the cleaning. A couple of mantas showed up and made a few loops in front of the divers, so far so good they say.

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

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