Captain’s Noon Report – Under Sea – 2019-03-29

Location: At Anchor in Cabo Pearce, 105 ft depth.
Status: Lat. 18 46.65N / Long. 110 54.59W
Weather: Wind N 10-15 kts / Calm inside the bay / Sunny skies / Water temp 24C / Vis 50-60 ft / Moderate current to the South

Diving today at Cabo Pearce. First dive one Hammerhead and second dive 5 hammerheads off the receptor. Few reef white tip sharks, and lots of reef fishes. Current at first dive was minimal, but on second dive it increased to South. Yesterday’s dives at the canyon were awesome. In one of the afternoon dives we had 3 mantas plus a lot of sharks at the receptor, some big Galapagos sharks, Silvertips and Hammerheads. All divers really enjoyed their first dive.

-Capt. Vicente

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