Captain’s Noon Reports – Gallant Lady – 2024-04-01

This afternoon NGL is at north end of San Jose Channel. Wind is currently light from the NE, 1′ seas, clear sky. Air temp now around 23C.

At the moment we are watching a pod of around 9 Orcas feeding on mobulas here, we’ve been with them for about 2 hours now. The pod has 2 big males (one very large, one a little smaller) and has at least one youngster.

Rhib and guests have been out with the orcas since we found them, the Orcas are pretty calm around the boats and a couple of times came up alongside the NGL to have a closer look at us.

Yesterday the encounter with the pilot whales was amazing as well, with very curious whales coming right up to our guests, we spent a couple hours interacting with them as well. This morning early we left San Francisco and headed to Espiritu Santo 

Once we lose the light here and guests come back onboard we are going to run overnight south all the way to Bahia de los Suenos to get shelter from the northerlies that are going to blow through the next couple days.

By Noon Reports

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

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