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Thread: Dive Reports From Nautilus in Cabo

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    Thanks for the comments it really makes this thread feel worthwhile!! :-)

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    Dive sites: North Wall and The Cannery
    Max Depth 70ft
    Water Temp 70-73f
    Visibility 15-20ft
    A great couple of dives yesterday with Mobula, Electric Rays, Bullseye rays, Panamic, Morays, Lots of Grouper, and we found the first Seahorse of the season at the Cannery.. No real current yesterday but a little overcast which didnt help the visibility. They are still running the dredge in te bay here at the moment and thats stirring everything up a bit but still great diving!!
    Happy Diving!!!

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    Had a mind blowing day in La Paz today swimming with 3 Whale Sharks and a pod of 8 Dolphins.. The Dolphins were really playful and spent a long time circling around us and a couple of them even brushed up against us. Weather was a bit overcast , water temp was around 68f and the visibility was about 15ft. Couldnt have asked for a better experience and everyone left with big smiles on there faces!!!
    Happy Diving!!!

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    Dive Sites: Gordo Banks
    Max Depth 135ft
    Water Temp 70-72f
    Visibility 20-50ft
    Another beautiful day at Gordo Banks!! As we arrived at the site we had 2 Humpbacks around 30ft from the boat and a Sealion swimming around near us too. Still a lot of plancton in the water at the moment and through the first 30ft or so the visibility is very hazy. Once you break through that layer it opens up quite substantially. On the dive we were surrounded by fish from Tornado's of Bonita to huge schools of grouper. We saw one Hammerhead and quite a few very large Yellowtail Tuna.
    Happy Diving!!!

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    Todays Sites: Pelican Rock and The Mid Wall
    Max Depth 90ft
    Water Temp 66-68f
    Visibility 20ft
    Very windy conditions today but still a great day of diving with seahorses, mobula, Parrotfish, Grouper, Lobster, Panamic Morays and more!!!
    Happy Diving!!!

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    Todays Sites: Pelican Rock and Neptunes Finger
    Max Depth 110ft
    Water Temp 68-72f
    Visibility 30-35ft
    Fantastic dives today!! The sandfalls were flowing really well and we saw 3 Mobula, an Octopus, Whitetip reef shark, lot of Parrotfish, Grouper, Snapper, a couple of nudibranchs, Scorpionfish, Garden Eels, Panamic Morays and More!!!
    Happy Diving!!!

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    Dive Sites: The North Wall and The Cannery
    Max Depth 70ft
    Water Temp 70-72f
    Visibility 30-35ft
    Water/surface conditions were good today with very little wind or current. We saw 3 Mobula, Several different types of Morays including Panamic, Hourglass and jeweled, lots of Garden Eels, Scorpionfish, Jacks, Arrow Crabs, Nudibranchs, Seahorses, and round Stingrays!!
    Happy Diving!!

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    Dive Sites: Chileno Bay and Santa Maria
    Max Depth 40ft
    Water Temp 70-72f
    Visibility 30-35ft
    Fairly calm conditions on the way out to the corridor sites today and we had the pleasure of having several Humpbacks around the boat for most of the journey. We saw Mobula, Panamic Morays, Cortez Electric Ray, Round Stingray, lots of Sergeant Majors, Parrotfish, Surgeon Fish and More!!!
    Happy Diving!!

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    Sorry for the lack of recent dive reports!! Ive got chronic chest problems and cant dive for a while so Im relying on the other instructors to give me info and its a bit slow getting that going... Anyway We were out Whale Watching today and saw a group of Humpbacks and a Grey Whale!! Great times in the Sea of Cortez!!

    Happy Diving!!

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