Captain’s Noon Reports – Explorer – 2023-08-20

10.51.068N -085.57.227 anchor in 205Ft.

We moved the boat this morning to go to a place nearby where locals told us the bull sharks have been. But after 20 minutes of sailing, we had to come back to where we anchored yesterday. The wind out there was 26 knots gusting to 30 or more.

Anyways after our attempt to go to the bulls we did our first dive in the Bat archipelago and just like yesterday afternoon, they found a place with about 8 Nurse sharks. They were just being lazy resting on the sandy bottom. Visibility was 80Ft, water temperature 88F, same as air, no current, on this side of the island. We are protected so the ocean here is nice and flat only a long 2Ft surge, wind and surge are coming from the NE. We are getting some weather coming up to us we may have to reschedule activities, so we keep things under control and guests safe and happy.

By Noon Reports

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

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