With our surface cages in the water, we opened up our deep cages and the shark action never stopped. We ran 72 cage rides over the 3 days, each and every dive seeming better than the last. Our batting average was 100%, all sharks all the time.Read More
Lumpsuck is a macro site and guests enjoyed it. This DM had an epic day diving. Tones of Lumpsuckers and clingfish juveniles. (seems once you know how to see them, they are everywhere.) All guests are very happy with the day and enjoying the amenities of the boat.Read More
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Thick, healthy kelp sprouting up from a rocky bottom full of cracks and crevices to explore, surrounded by water a deep blue colour, broken only by the suns rays as they penetrate the overhead canopy. Add to this picture a half a dozen playful young sea lions zipping effortlessly around, above, below you. Then hovering in mid water inches from your cameras dome port as they inspect their reflection, before torpedoing away so quickly it seems almost impossible.Read More
Sea lions started playing with us as soon as we got in the water. It was a really calm dive with no current and no surge at any depth. I don’t think anyone looked at anything but the sea lions but when I popped my head under the kelp I saw about ten lobsters so there was lots of life around.Read More
Tiger shark at Punta Tosca!
- Post author By Nautilus Crew
- Post date 2011-03-18
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We were first greeted by pacific common dolphins who came right up to us. When the swimmers entered the water the dolphins became playful. Some were jumping clear out of the water a good 2m!Read More