Captains Noon Report – Undersea – 2019-01-20

Location: Lat 18 59.47N Long 112 04.92W
Status: At Anchor in Roca Partida. 245 feet deep
Weather: NNE winds 5-7 kts Swell NNW 4-7 ft Sky is Clear Water temp 23-24 c Vis 27-30 meters Current slight to moderate to West.

Two amazing dives so far. Divers saw 2 Chevron Mantas, 1 Black Manta, 4 Tunas, and a school of 20-30 Hammerheads, 1 Slivertip Shark, 30/50 White Sharks, in both dives! In this day of diving the divers have experienced an unforgettable sensation since they observed a wide variety of species in their natural habitat. They are very happy for these amazing dives they have had and they can’t wait for the next two dives. This morning the whales were present jumping near the ship and our passengers were able to observe the beauty of our nature. But with what was observed yesterday in Cabo Pearce our passengers will not change it for anything. Yesterday divers observed an incredible Tiger Shark very close to them, in addition there were Dolphins, Tunas and Mantas. Tonight we will depart to the Boiler, today we no have boats here, just us.
– Capt. Adrian

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