Captain’s Noon Reports – Under Sea – 2024-06-16

NUS at anchor in Latitude 18 46.5 North Longitude 110° 54.5 West. Cabo Pearce, Socorro Island, good weather condition cloudy day, wind N 4-6 kts, air Temperature 24°C, sea state at the anchor area calm and outside 1-2 ft.

We had a good day of diving, conditions in the water were regular visibility 10 mtrs, temp. 21 Celsius.

In the first dive our guest saw mantas four mantas, many yellow-fin tuna everywhere, a big school of bonitos, and many reef fish.

On the second dive much better mantas all time with the divers, 4 mantas, and some hammerhead sharks, and dolphins, The tuna continue everywhere in the lava finger, but still cold water.

Yesterday we did a third dive in Punta Tosca and we had a good manta dive again, and we went to the navy base for inspection and everything was fine, guests are very happy.

By Noon Reports

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

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