Captain’s Noon Reports – Under Sea – 2024-03-29

NUS Anchored at 19°17.7N-110°48.5W, in the southern anchorage of San Benedicto Island, 55ft depth, the sky is sunny with an air temperature of 76°F and a very pleasant breeze from the NE and waves of 3 ft from the South long period.

This morning, we check out the dive at the Anchorage and it was successful, all the divers had no problems and the diving was good. According to the comments of the guests themselves, they saw a group of approximately 8 hammerhead sharks and some Galapagos, the visibility was not Good but, they are happy.

Almost after leaving the dive, a Humpback whale with her calf surrounded by dolphins appeared right between the boat and the dive site, everyone was excited to dive again and hoping to find the whale on the next dive in the canyon, but the Whale did not return.

Visibility improved for the second dive 80ft, water temperature 73°F, and a light current towards the Southwest. The cleaning station in the canyon with good action, Galapagos, silver tips, turtle, and a few hammers that were passing during the dive, all the guests were happy.

Boats in the area Quino and Rocio del Mar area, which went to the Boiler today. The trip Leader requested to do the Boiler for tomorrow and Roca the day after, for tomorrow all the boats plan to go to Roca Partida and he does not want too many boats in the same diving place. The weather will be good to keep him happy.

By Noon Reports

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

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