Captain’s Noon Report – Under Sea – 2019-03-21

Location: Anchored at Punta Tosca – 100 ft depth
Status: Lat. 18 46.78N / Long 111 02.73W
Weather: Wind N 10-13 kts / Calm inside the bay / Clear skies / Water temp 24C / Vis 60-70 ft / Current minimal

2 dives this morning. On the second dive, a pod of 10-12 Dolphins arrived and most of the divers could see them. Dolphins stayed for a while with one of the groups playing with them. Current has changed now more like from the South. Vis and temp still the same. Yesterday at Roca Oneal, we still were able to see humpback whales in the distance from the boat, sometimes breaching or taking their tails out of the water and sometimes just the blows. Dives were a bit quiet, Some hammerheads could been seen and some divers listened to the whale’s song. We are planning to do one more dive here at Punta Tosca then going to the Navy Base and will end at Cabo Pearce for silky snorkel and tomorrow’s dives.

-Capt. Vicente

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