Captain’s Noon Reports – Under Sea – 2024-04-10

NUS Anchored at 18°59.4N-112°04.7W, in 240 ft depth. Roca Partida, the sky was totally cloudy in the morning, now it opened to give us some shining rays, air temperature 70°F, wind with a northwesterly pleasant breeze of 8 knots, and 4ft long wave swell from the same direction.

Two dives were done this morning.

First dive: Visibility 100ft, water temperature 75°F, moderate current to the East. On this dive, the divers saw a Humpback Whale and a dozen Dolphins that were escorting it.

Second dive the current decreased and the water temperature up to 77°F, the divers saw manta rays, dolphins, wahoos, and huge yellowfin tunas. Today all the guests and crew had no problems.

We have two more dives in the afternoon and we are alone in Roca Partida, which these days is very rare. Plan for tomorrow the Canyon on Isla San Benedicto.

By Noon Reports

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

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