Captain’s Noon Report – UnderSea – 2018-06-28

Location: At Anchor at the Roca Partida Lat. 18 59.37N Long. 112 04.93W
Status: Sitting on 240 ft of water
Weather: Wind NE 12-16 kts. Seas NE 4-7 ft . Totally cloudy sky.

Yesterday last dive amazing, divers didn’t know where to look. Mantas, Hammerheads, a school of Galapagos and a school of tuna all at the same time. Everybody came out happy from the last dive. Today we had 2 Mantas, 1 chevron and 1 Black, a small group of hammerheads, Galapagos, silvertips, school of yellowfin tunas, and wahoos. A lot of life today at Roca, divers are enjoying every single minute they spent underwater. Great dives so far besides the bad weather. Vis 80ft and water temp 78-80F. Tonight after dinner we are going to start our run to Cabo. So we are going to enjoy our last day at Roca and Revillagigedo until next season. All guests and crew are so happy!
– Capt. Vicente

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