Captain’s Noon Reports – Under Sea – 2024-05-10

NUS Anchored at 18°46.7 North -111°02.7 West, in 100 ft depth, Punta Tosca, Socorro Island. We have very bad weather wind blowing from NW 20-25 kts.  Sunny day, air temperature 23 Celsius, outside swell of 6 – 7 ft. inside sea state 1-3 ft.

This morning two dives has been done with  good visibility 18 mtrs, water temperature 24 Celsius.

First dive was good divers saw mantas and small silkies ( babies ) some divers saw hummer sharks but just a few minutes and three turtles around the divers.

On second dive was a little quiet, one manta just passing by, and some divers saw two wahoos, silkies and many reef fish.

When we finish the third dive we will go to navy base, we bring the situation of Roca Partida, I think that the weather report doesn’t give us a good news and also our guests are beginners as always safety first. I’m looking at better options. 

All guests are fine and crew working fine. We want to keep everyone happy.

By Noon Reports

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

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