Captain’s Noon Report-Under Sea – 2019-06-02

Location:Lat. 19 19.33N Long 112 48.54W Wind NW 8-10kts ;
Status:At anchor at the Boile inside the bay. 65 ft deep
Weather:NW 4-6 ft seas Partly cloudy sky 6/8 Water temp 23C, Visibility 90+ ft No current

Yesterday after a slow action morning at Roca Oneal and Punta Tosca, we went to Navy base for check in, which we had a fast check in and after that we arrive to Cabo Pearce. We saw Mantas, Silvertips, galapagos sharks,one tiger shark, big school of jacks, and a baitball with some silkies. Nobody was interested on silky snorkel and the leader of the group asked me if we can go early to San Benedicto. We arrived last night at the Boiler and this morning we have had one of the best dives of the trip,it was good to hear divers singing happily after a great dive. First morning dive only 2 mantas were around the rock, a galapagos shark and some reef white tips. But second dive got much better, 4 different mantas at the same time, a big school of jacks, the same shark action and this time a pod of 5 dolphins with a newborn dolphin that arrived at the middle of the dive and stayed the rest of the dive. Visibility has been great, current at first dive was mild to the West and by the second dive current was zero,

-Captain Vicente

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