Captain’s Noon Report – Under Sea – 2019-12-02

Location: Lat 18 46.39N Long. 111 02.79W
Weather: Sunny day with low clouds. NNE wind 10-12 kts; Seas calm inside the bay. Water Temp 26C. Visibility 50-60 ft Strong Current to SE.
Status: At Socorro, Punta Tosca, adrift.

We arrived to Punta Tosca last night after finishing dives in Cabo Pearce. It was a really nice calm night as in the bay the seas are calm. This morning first dive in Punta Tosca had a mid to strong current going to SE, but beside that the dive was quiet. One of the groups could see one dolphin almost at the end of the dive and the other group saw one Chevron Manta. Visibility was great though. Second dive had the same current and same good visibility. This time some divers could see a few dolphins swimming together at the beginning of the dive. Then a group of 8-10 dolphins appeared and all divers were able to see them as we as the Chevron Manta. Two divers saw a tiger shark swimming in the sand. We have one more dive to go and then we will go to the navy base for check in. After that we will return to Punta Tosca For silky snorkel and depart after dinner to Roca Partida.
– Captain Vicente

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