Captain’s Noon Reports – Explorer – 2024-06-19

Good afternoon, NEX here. We decided to stay one more day in Cabo Pearce and it was the best to do. The day is windy (more than yesterday) 15 – 17 kt. coming from NW, sky partially cloudy. Air temperature is 26°C. Sea is choppy and waves are 3 – 5 ft. No current at all. Visibility is good, about 15 – 20 m.

We have done 2 dives already.

The first one was fantastic. The divers saw 5 mantas chasing each to other, a pod of friendly dolphins interacting with the divers for most part of the dive, a small school of hammer head sharks, a couple of silver tips sharks, some white tip sharks, and tons of reef fish. Divers enjoyed every minute of the dive.

The second dive was also spectacular, the 5 mantas were there for the whole dive, the dolphins came back at the end of the dive, there was a couple of hammer head sharks patrolling the dive site, some divers saw octopuses, and all the magnificent sea life on the reef.

All the guests are really happy with the decision of staying here one more day!!!

Yesterday’s las 2 dives were also very good with mantas and dolphins every dive.

By Noon Reports

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

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