Captains Noon Report – Under Sea – 2019-06-11

Location: At Anchor at the Canyon 55 ft depth. Lat. 19 17.83N Long 110 48.49W
Weather: NW winds 10-12 kts; Mostly calm seas; long swell from the S Sunny skies. Water temp 23C Vis 40-55 ft No current

Last diving day of the trip and for some crew last diving day of the season. This morning our first dive was at the canyon, nice weather conditions at surface with very light winds and no current. Visibility was good around 70-85 ft and good shark action at the receiver, Silver tips and Galapagos all around. There was one Black Manta also and a few dolphins swimming all around the canyon. All divers saw the dolphins, but one of the groups had the luck to play with them on their safety stop. Second dive at the SW point, manta highway, Visibility wasn’t good at the first 40 ft, but it was better aroune 70 ft. One of the groups saw one black manta that stayed with them almost their whole dive and the other groups saw 3 mantas, one hammerhead and 2 silver tips. There was no current. Planning to go to the boiler the last two dives to try to have a great ending. Planning to depart tonight after midnight to Cabo San Lucas. Yesterday afternoon at the boiler, the third dive all divers saw one chevron manta but the last dive was much better with 4 Mantas the whole dive. Guests and Crew doing great.
– Capt. Vicente

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