Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Our day started off slow but picked up by noon!

Even though we anchored in front of an elephant seal colony, the action of the day took a little while to get going.  We spotted our first shark at 6:40 am, and our excited guests were eager to get suited up and into the cages! Before we knew it we had 4 sharks swimming around, for almost 2 hours they were hanging out at 40-50 ft deep, not spending too much time around our surface cages. By noon we had seen 5 different sharks staying deep, and we were happy to recognize two anonymous sharks we met on our last trip! The wind started to get so heavy that we couldn't use the submersible cage, so we decided to change spots.  We anchored at a southern point for the rest of the day where we saw one of the males we had seen in the morning when we anchored off of the elephant seal colony!  Water temp was in the low 70's with 80'+ visibility.
Dive Inst
Daniel Zapata

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