Captain’s Noon Reports – Under Sea – 2024-01-08

Good afternoon all, apologies for the late report, NUS is anchored in Cabo Pearce, we have wind from north 10-15 kts and calm seas inside the bay close to the wall.

Yesterday we finished in Roca, last dive was as good as the others, all guests had a good experience and good memories from the rock.

This morning we did dive Punta Tosca, we did 3 very good dives, playful mantas with our divers, a pod of dolphins made a quick pass. We also had a few hammerheads and Galapagos sharks, white tip sharks, lobsters, and the usual reef fish.

Guests also enjoyed the topography. There was no current during dives but outside the last finger there was a 4-6 ft swell from WNW, viz was during first 2 dives around 15 meters but it decreased a lot for the last one, water temperature was 26 Celsius.

After last dive, we went to the navy base for inspection and we will dive Pearce tomorrow.

By Noon Reports

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

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