Captain’s Noon Reports – Under Sea – 2023-06-24

Diving Boiler, 19.19.258N – 110.48.246W anchor inside the little cove anchor resting in 50Ft of water. Cloudy day, for the most part, light NW breeze, and an air temperature is 80F, today ocean is 75F strong current.

In the first dive, the current stopped, and visibility was over 80Ft. One of the groups spent 20 minutes with a pod of bottlenose dolphins and that made their dive. The second dive had plenty of mantas, and divers interacted for the entire dive with them, water is magical today, and action is there. Guests were anxious to go back in the water the soonest as possible, some say they saw a couple of hammerhead sharks, and one of the guests got his white tip reef shark time on the southwest side of the rock. He said the sharks were having a good time riding the little current and just playing around.

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

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