Captain’s Noon Reports – Under Sea – 2023-11-27

NUS Anchored at 18°59.2N-112°04.5W in 240 ft of depth in Roca Partida, this morning the sky was completely cloudy, a dark morning, but for the second dive the sky cleared a little bit and gave us a little light, air temp 78°F, now have a nice Northerly breeze of 8 knots and long period swell of 6ft from the Northwest.

Two dives were done this morning, with visibility 80ft, water temp 81°F, and moderate current to East, with a few Silvertip Sharks, 2 Chevron Manta Rays and the juvenile sea lion that was on the last trip returned to Roca Partida. It is the diving partner of our guest Kenny, he is having a good interaction with the sea lion and the mantas, and he is very happy.

They also saw the whitetip sharks and yellowfin tunas patrolling the Rock. All the guests were happy and waiting for the Whale Shark to appear again, yesterday they saw it on 3 dives. Now they are at Lunch and waiting for a good action from the dives of this afternoon.

The Plan for tomorrow is Cabo Pearce on Socorro Island.No other boats in Roca Partida.

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

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