Captain’s Noon Reports – Under Sea – 2023-10-26

NUS Anchored at 25°06.4N-110°30.4W, in 110ft depth, on Las Animas Island, clear sky, very nice sunny day, air temperature 86°F and blowing a pleasant westerly breeze of 5 knots and waves of 2 feet.

This morning two dives were made. The southward current was very strong in both dives, with visibility of 50/60 ft and a water temperature of 84°F.

On the first dive, a large school of hammerhead sharks appeared but only a small group of divers were able to see them due to the force of the current. Only the strong divers could see them. But everyone was happy with the interaction with the sea lions and tons of reef fish.

In the afternoon two more dives and night diving. All guests cannot extend their trip so it will end normally in Lapaz on Oct 28. Sharing the Island with the Cassiopeia. The plan for tomorrow is to dive all day in Los Islotes.

By Noon Reports

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

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