Captain’s Noon Reports – Under Sea – 2023-11-26

NUS Anchored at 18°59.2N-112°04.5W in Roca Partida, at 240 ft of depth, the sky was completely cloudy with isolated rains in the surroundings of Roca Partida, in the morning it was dark but just now the sky opened up a little to give us a little light, the air temperature of 77°F.

This morning two dives were made with visibility of 60ft, water temperature of 81°F, and moderate current towards the East in both dives.

In the first dive, the divers saw a juvenile Whale Shark that kept patrolling the Rock throughout the dive, some divers said it did 7 laps around the Rock, a manta ray, and a school of bonito plus the whitetip Reef Sharks.

For the second dive, they saw a lot of Dolphins, a school of Bonito, and the whitetip reef Sharks. Everyone is happy.

The plan for tomorrow is to stay for one more day in Roca Partida.
No other boats in Roca Partida.

By Noon Reports

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

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