Captain’s Noon Reports – Under Sea – 2023-12-04

Yesterday afternoon went really well.  On Dive 3 we had a manta and a large hammerhead at the cleaning station.  Some action but not a whole lot.  Seemed like all the animals were taking an afternoon siesta.  Dive 4, we dropped a group on the cleaning station and there was a school of 20 hammerheads right below them.  Others saw a few hammerheads and some mantas.  Everyone ended the day rather pleased with the dives. 

We ended the evening with a wonderful taco fiesta on the sun deck.  Everyone really enjoyed themselves.  Afterward, we got underway to Cabo Pearce.  Upon arrival to CaboPearce, we found 3 boats there, Quino and two without AIS.  We decided to continue to Punta Tosca. 

This morning at Punta Tosca we had a strong current moving out to the west and a large 2m swell from the NNW. What a morning at Punta Tosca. We have had mantas, dolphins, 2 schools of hammerheads, one of about 18-20 and another that was a large wall. Several guests said it was well over 100 hammers in the school. Eagerly awaiting the photos from the dive! They came back super happy. Vis is about 80ft, temps around 27C.

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

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