Captain’s Noon Reports – Gallant Lady – 2023-10-10

NGL is in BahiaDe Los Angeles

Clear blue sky, 31C air temp, water temp 27C, no wind at anchorage but E 5-7 in the open bay, no swell. water visibility 5meters.

This morning 5 guests (Faith and Sally decided to stay onboard) went out with DG Imanol and the panga of Bahia de Los Angeles in the look for the gentle giants, the majestic whale sharks! As they left, hopes were high as it would be the first time for guest Maureene to see whalesharks, and a long-awaited reencounter for the other guests.

They were searching for about 1 hour when the panga captain spotted the first whaleshark and got everyone in the water for a great snorkeling experience. In total, they jumped with 3 different whale sharks, 7-9 meters long and Maureen and the other guests came back delighted by the experience.

After lunch, 4 guests decided to go back to the whale shark hunting, while 3 guests preferred to go diving. They are on their way to Punta Don Juan for a local reef dive.

Yesterday we finished our day in San Pedro martyr with two beautiful dives in Coralito, where plenty of sealions were awaiting the guests, as well as groupers, snappers, turtles and even a 15cm long seahorse! Alternating between the shallow reef and the deeper forest of black corals, the north coast of SanPedro martyr was a great spot for the guests.

By Noon Reports

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

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