Captains Noon Report – Undersea

Location: Lat. 18 46.67N Long. 110 54.56W
Status: At Anchor at Cabo Pearce. 100 ft depth
Weather: Wind NNW 8-10 kts; Seas calm inside the bay. 1-3 ft off the point. Overcast sky. 8/8 Water temp 25C Vis 90+ ft Current changing to south.

Arrived this morning at Cabo Pearce after a smooth ride. No other boats around. We started with a pretty slow dive, first dive not much to see, Clarion angel fish at the cleaning station and a few reef whitetips. One group saw 2 hammerheads in the distance, we saw dolphins from the boat and the skiff but they couldn’t see them diving. Seas were very calm no wind at all off the point, but there was a really strong current to NE. By the second dive everything got better at the beginning of the dive there was no current, so they had a better dive, but at the ending of the dive current started to change to South. One of the groups saw a school of 20 hammerheads by the receiver and at the end of the dive 4 dolphins that stayed with them. No Mantas.
We had one more dive to go and then we are going to the navy base for inspection. Guests and crew are happy.
– Capt. Vicente

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