Captain’s Noon Reports – Under Sea – 2023-11-25

NUS Anchored at 19°19.3N-110°48.5W in 110 ft of depth in the Boiler, San Benedicto Island. Air temperature 78°F. A very nice sunny day with a pleasant Northerly breeze of 5 knots and waves of the same direction of 2ft.

This morning the checkout dive was done at the Anchorage and it was successful with visibility of 60ft, water temperature of 81°F and no current. On the first dive, the divers were delighted with 3 manta rays, 2 black and one chevron, and a good interaction with the Dolphins. All the guests were very happy with their first dive in Revillagigedo, some guests said this was their first encounter with manta rays and dolphins.

For the second dive, we changed places and went to dive in the Boiler and the conditions were very good, visibility of 60ft, water temperature 81°F, and no current. Good interaction with a dozen dolphins throughout the dive two chevron manta rays, a few hammerheads, and Galapagos. All the divers are very happy. For now, all the guests are without problems.

Guests are at lunch and waiting for the afternoon dives. The plan for tomorrow is to go diving at the famous Roca Partida and take advantage of this very good weather.

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

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