Captain’s Noon Reports – Under Sea – 2024-01-14

NUS Anchored at 18°59.2N-112°04.5W in 240 ft depth, the sky is partly cloudy, air temperature 70°F. We have a pleasant breeze of 5 knots from the northeast and a long period swell from the northwest of 4 ft.

This morning two dives were made, with visibility of 80ft and a light current to the west, without problem for the divers to enjoy all the Rock that this morning gave us a school of more than 20 Dolphins, some of them very friendly, One Manta Chevron that remained in both dives and with very good interaction with the divers.

The manta ray chased the divers around the Rock, also many yellowfin tuna and school of bonito, and the Whitetips Reef Sharks that are always patrolling the Rock.

We have two more dives in the afternoon, all guests happy. All guests and crew were without problems. Plan for tomorrow Cabo Pearce..
We are alone in Roca today.

By Noon Reports

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

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