Captain’s Noon Reports – Under Sea – 2023-11-28

NUS Anchored at 18°46.3N-110°54.4W at Cape Pearce, Socorro Island, in 80ft depth, the sky is partly cloudy, air temperature 78°F, Northeast wind 15 knots and gusts of 20 knots with swell from the same direction of 5ft.

This morning two dives were made in Cabo Pearce with visibility of 80ft, water temperature 81°F, moderate current in the first dive, and strong in the second dive towards the South.

Guests happy, they say that more than eight manta rays, and they saw five manta rays at a time during the entire dive, they also saw a few Hammerhead Sharks and many reef fish.

We have one more dive after Lunch and check in with the navy. Everyone is happy. Guests and crew were without problems today.

Yesterday in the last dive at Roca Partida many dolphins and two manta rays were seen that interacted very well with the divers. Today we are sharing the site of diving with Solmar v. The plan for tomorrow is to dive in San Benedicto, Cañon/Boiler if possible.

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

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