Captain Noon Report – Explorer – 2019-06-14

Location: N 18 59.3, Lon W 112 04.8
Weather: Beautiful sunny sky again, water temp 21-22 degrees, the visibility was very good 80 ft
Status: Roca Partida

We have a light breeze from the NW and really nice calm waters with a swell between 4-6 ft. Medium current from NE to SW. Yesterday we finished the last two dives with the visit of a small whale shark turning our day into something amazing. Today Roca Partida started on the right foot. First dive this morning our divers could see a big school of jacks, three big silvertip sharks, two galapagos shark and two whale sharks. The smaller one (3mt long) and the other one a big mama whale shark (between 9-10 mt long). The second dive was as good as the first one! The same two whale sharks, some divers even say that there were three whale sharks. Some giant yellowfin tuna, a big school of bonitos, one galapagos shark and a lot of wahoos. We have two more dives to do so let’s see how we finished the day here in Roca.

– Capt. Gilberto

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