Captain’s Noon Reports – Under Sea – 2023-07-02

19.19.460N -110.48.412W, anchored in 110Ft of water. A cloudy day with lots of blue in the sky. no wind, Long 4Ft SW swell, air temperature is 82F, we just had to good dives, water temperature averages 75F, visibility averages 50Ft.

On the first dive, some of the guests saw the dolphins and one manta, they were just cruising and we are crossing our fingers for the dolphins to come back. Second dive, two mantas kept coming around the divers, divers were also interested in the octopus and they found one, some saw a couple of hammerheads and Galapagos. A couple of yellowfin tunas are around and hunting after the horse-eyed jacks. Almost no current so divers were comfortable in the water. This morning we made it here around 0720, after almost 40 hours sailing from Mar de Cortez, guests are happy that we made it here. Yesterday during our sailing, we saw dolphins on 4 different occasions, then a few turtles and one seal just 40NM from the shoreline.

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

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