Captain’s Noon Reports – Under Sea – 2024-02-24

Good afternoon, NUS anchored latitude 19 19.6 and longitude 110 48.8 in the Boiler area, San Benedicto Island. Weather conditions are good wind NNE 6 kts, temp 25 Celsius, sea state 1 ft, 116 ft depth, 2 shots paid out.

We arrived here last night at 23.50 pm. When we arrived, Southern sport was arrived too.

Today is our first dive in the morning (check dive) was good the visibility 18 mtrs. Temp into the water 24 degrees Celsius. Divers saw white tips, dolphins, and some Galapagos and hummer sharks. The guests were so happy with the checkout dive.

The second dive was good in the Boiler, the visibility was 18 mtrs. Temp. 24 Celsius and they saw mantas, dolphins, white tips, some lobsters, and 4 wahoos.

We have good weather and after dinner, we will be moving to Roca Partida.

One of our guests was a little bit nervous in the morning because it was her first time on a liveaboard, so the first dive was done one to one with the DG, so she was very happy. The second dive was even better, and she dove with the group.

The important thing is that everything is fine and we continue the day.

By Noon Reports

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

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