Captain’s Noon Reports – Under Sea – 2023-10-11

NUS anchored at 25°06.4N-110°30.4W in 100 ft depth on Las Animas Island, clear sky, air temperature 97°F. Two dives this morning with a light northerly current on the first dive, water temperature of 90° F. Very slight changes in some areas, and visibility of 50/60 ft.

North Pinnacle in the first dive, few hammerhead sharks were seen, sea lions, and many reef fish. All the guests saw the hammerheads. The second dive was done in the pinnacle from the east side with a moderate current to the southwest and visibility of 50/60ft and the same conditions as the temperature of the first dive, no hammerhead sharks but many reef fish, and everyone was happy.

We plan to do two more dives in the afternoon and the night dive. The plan for tomorrow is to go diving at Cerralvo Island if the weather permits. We are sharing the Island with Rocio del Mar, and so far, so good. Chef Enrique is very happy cooking for the entire Vegan group and learning new recipes to cook in the future if a group like this comes up again. All guests are happy with the food.

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

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