Captain’s Noon Report – Under Sea – 2019-02-05

Location: Lat 19 19.69 N Long 110 48.75W
Weather: N winds 10-12 kts, seas 1-2 ft from N + NW 6-9 ft, Water temp 23C Vis 70-80ft
Status: At Anchor at The Boiler. 120 ft deep.

Today we are back at the Boiler. What do you get if you mix Mantas + Dolphins? Amazing dive!! That was our first dive, 4 Mantas plus and a big pod like 20 dolphins. Everybody were so happy when they came back to the boat, they could dive together with mantas and dolphins at the same time. Second dive no dolphins, but 5 Mantas all the dive, 3 Chevron and 2 Black and one hammerhead. Yesterday at Roca Partida, we did a boat tour looking for whales, the were really close to the rock. We saw one whale passing next to the rock, but it was between dive so no divers were in the water. Last dives was slow, a couple of galapagos and a small group of big tunas. We departed last night from the Roca to Cabo pearce. We had the whole boiler just for us today. This afternoon we are going to move to the canyon for last dive and the make our way to Cabo pearce for last diving day. Stay tuned for all the action.

– Capt. Vicente

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