Captain’s Noon Reports – Under Sea – 2023-07-12

NUS is currently halfway between San Jose Is and Las Animas. The wind is ESE 10kts with ESE 1-2′ seas, the sky mostly clear with some low clouds to the south around La Paz. Air temp 31C water temp 28C.

We had a nice dive yesterday afternoon at la Reina, a lot of turtles, I heard around 20, and a lot of fish, nice conditions. Then we had taco night and headed north to San Francisco. This morning we did a dive at la Lobera of San Francisco. Conditions were great, viz around 20m, water temp 28C, and lots of playful sea lions. Guests came back very happy with the dive. Since then, we’ve been searching and searching, San Jose channel extensively, and the plane covered the northern part of Bay of la Paz and the san jose channel also, as well as east of San Francisco. Some pods of dolphins around but nothing more.

We are approaching Las Animas now and will do one afternoon dive/snorkel and then carry on searching as we head south. Heading back to la Ventana to try for some mobulas tomorrow morning.

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

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