Captains Noon Report – Undersea – 2019-01-11

Location: Lat 18 46.43N Long 110 54.5W
Weather: N winds 7-10 kts, seas N 2-4 ft. Partly cloudy sky. 5/8. Water temp 77F Vis 20-30 mts
Status: At Anchor at Cabo Pearce. 150 ft deep

Today at Cabo Pearce, we are sharing the site with Cassiopea and Valentina. Planning 3 dives for today and silky snorkel tonight. First morning dive was good, it started slow but at the end of the dive a pod of dolphins showed up and made the dive great for our divers, plus 1 chevron manta and a couple of hammerheads. Water temp 77F and vis 20-30 mts. There is a light current going to NE. We are about to finish 2nd dive and see how good this dive will be. Planning to go after this second to Navy base to do check in and come back to cabo pearce for the last dive. Yesterday afternoon at Roca Partida action remained the same as in the morning, more Galapagos sharks were at the rock, some big ones, plus The Manta and few silvertips. Swell and wind started to pick up by the evening. Guests and crew doing great!
– Capt. Vicente

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