Captain’s Noon Reports – Under Sea – 2024-05-11

NUS at anchor in Latitude 18 46.5 North Longitude 110° 54.5 West. Cabo Pearce, Socorro Island, weather condition regular-bad, sunny day, wind NE 10-12 kts, air Temperature 25°C, sea state outside in the morning 4-6 ft. At Cabo Pearce anchorage area sea state calm.

First dive was amazing, the divers saw all time dolphins, big school bonitos and many tunas yellow fin, also saw two mantas. Underwater conditions visibility 18 mtrs, Water temp.24°C.

Second dive was good, visibility 18 mtrs and temp. 24, they saw mantas, 2 chevron and 2 black, again many yellow fin tunas, silvertips, many of reef fishes.

Yesterday we did the last dive in Punta Tosca which was very light and quiet, and then we went to the naval inspection and everything was ok.

I’m checking the weather report to see Roca Partida and it still doesn’t give good news. I will make the decision later if we stay in Cape Pearce one more day, cause so far guests are happy.

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

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