Captain’s Noon Report-Under Sea – 2019-01-13

Location:Lat 19 19.62N Long 110 48.86W
Status:115 ft deep
Weather:Water temp 75F Vis 50-60 ft

At Anchor at The Boiler. What an amazing day! The two best dives of the trip. We moved early morning to The boiler from The canyon. First dive as soon as diver jumped in the water a dolphin was there to give them the welcome. Few minutes later 3 Mantas started swiming around divers, plus a pod of dolphins started playing in the same pace. Mantas and dolphins at the same time! There were in total 7 different mantas plus dolphins. Everybody came up happy saying that that was the best dive ever. Vis was around 50 – 60 ft and water temp 76 F. No current on first dive. Second dive was amazing aswell, no dolphins but a couple of big Galapagos sharks plus 4 Mantas that stayed there the whole dive. From the skiff we were able to see a solitary mobula kind of far away from the rock. By this dive current has increased lightly to South. Water temp and vis keep same as the first dive. The boiler is just for us and divers are happy of that. No any other boat here. Yesterday at the canyon by last dive divers were able to see 2 tiger sharks that make that dive one of the best from yesterday. One of the group dove at Fondeadero and they were able to see 4 mantas during the dive.

-Captain Vicente

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