Captain’s Noon Reports – Explorer – 2023-09-01

5.33.227N – 87.02.351W, anchor in 80Ft of water, is an odd day today, it rains then stops then strong winds then calm weather and all of the sudden more rain and so on and so forth.

At time it feels nice and calm, air temperature is 82F, water is 84F, looks like conditions underwater are changing for the better, visibility averages 100Ft of water, no current easy dives, flat ocean.

Check dive had tons of tropical fish, some white tips reef sharks. On the second dive we did Manuelita and some saw a little squadron of hammerhead sharks, an eagle ray stayed with divers for over 40 minutes, moray eels free swimming, a chevron manta showed up. Diving is good, guests are happy.

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

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