Captain’s Noon Report – Under Sea – 2018-11-26

Location: At Anchor at Cabo Pearce 100 ft deep
Weather: Lat 18 46.64N Long 110 54.59W N winds 8-10 kts, seas N 1-3 ft Overcast sky
Water temp 79F Air Temp 82f Vis 80+ ft

Back in Cabo Pearce. With 2 dives so far, Divers are happy because they had a chance to see dolphins, mantas and hammerheads in both morning dives. By the second dive, there was a strong current going south, some of them were drifted while they were making the safety stop. But the current didn’t stop anyone from having a good time with the very friendly dolphins. Yesterday at Roca Partida, we had some good dives, in which they could see hammerheads, Mantas, a few Galapagos, Reef whitetips sharks, and a lot of reef fish. Wind and seas increased through the day, so a few divers skipped the last dive. Now we are here at Cabo Pearce, divers enjoying their last dive day of the trip. Everyone is happy. We are going to depart this evening to Cabo San Lucas.

-Capt. Vicente

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