Captain’s Noon Reports – Under Sea – 2023-10-19

NUS Anchored at 24°35.3N-110°24.1W in 90ft depth, in Los Islotes, Espiritu Santo Island, with partly cloudy skies. The weather was calm all morning but now the north wind of 12 knots and waves arriving on the same course of 2/3 feet.

This morning two very good dives were made with visibility of 60ft and temperature of 87°F, light current to the south on the first dive, and no current on the second dive. Many juvenile sea lions that made delight the guests with their mimic movements and trying to bite the fins of the divers.

Apart from the sea lions, horse mackerels, moray eels, sardines, and mahi mahi were seen attacking the sardines, sea bases, snappers, Cortez and king angels. All the guests were happy with these two dives and asked to stay one more dive and do the last dive of the day at Zwanee Rock.

Now everyone is happy with diving with sea lions.All guests & crew are happy today.

By Noon Reports

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

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