Captains Noon Report – Undersea – 2019-03-19

Location: At Anchor at Roca Partida Lat. 18 59.44N Long 112 04.84W
Weather: Light N winds; NW long swell 3-5 ft Clear sky
Status: Water temp 24C Vis 100+ ft

We are at Roca Partida, What beautiful day to be here, Clear and sunny skies and really calm seas with a light breeze. Dives today started slow, but getting better.
First dive was slow just balconies full occupied by reef whitetip sharks, Eels and lobsters, Few yellowfin tunas and local reef fishes. Current was moderate to strong from the N, but with great visibility. Second dive got much better, a few Galapagos sharks at the beginning of the dive on the north point, and 5 Silvertips coming straight up from the bottom hunting fish. But the highlight of the dive was a Whale shark that all divers saw. Current, temp and vis still the same. We are alone at the rock, no other boats here. Yestarday afternoon at the boiler we had a great dives there with Mantas on both dives. Was a great day to start the trip.
– Capt. Vicente

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