Captain’s Noon Reports – Under Sea – 2024-01-29

NUS Anchored at 19°19.3N-110°48.5W, in 115ft depth, we have a cloudy day, air temperature 75°F, the weather this morning was the north wind at 5 knots and now it is increasing to 12 knots and 4ft long period northwest swell.

The warm-up dive was done in the Fondeadero with visibility of 60ft and no current, temperature of 75°F. The divers saw a chevron manta ray, the dive was successfully, all divers with very good skills.

For the second dive we moved to the Boiler because there were 4 boats with the same intentions in the same area. We agreed to move two to the Boiler and everyone was happy. The Boiler cooperated with 3 mantas throughout the dive, all the divers were happy, visibility was 60ft, water temperature 75°F and light northerly current.

For the afternoon dives the divers expect good action with the mantas again. Sharing the Boiler with Rocio del Mar. Plan for tomorrow Isla Socorro, Punta Tosca.

By Noon Reports

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

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