Captain’s Noon Report- Under Sea – 2018-06-02

Location:At Anchor at The Boiler. Lat. 19 19.72N Long. 110 48.80W.
Status:Sitting on 115 ft of water
Weather:Wind coming from the NW @ 8-12 kts, Sea 3-5 ft from NW.Visibility +100 ft. Water temp 78 F

Sunny day with light clouds. Yesterday afternoon two dives at Cabo pearce, first dive was slow, with only just fishes around, but at the second dive, 2 mantas were there to play around with divers, they came back to the boat with a smile ear to ear. This morning we did our first dive at The canyon, there was a light current from east to west, the Swiss group saw 4 Hammerheads at the ridge of the canyon, they came back happy for that. The other group didn’t had the chance to see the hammerheads. was a slow morning at the canyon beside the hammerheads. Second morning dive at the boiler. Much better. There were playful Mantas around, chevron and black. A few Galapagos and Silvertips sharks.

-Captain Vicente

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