Captain’s Noon Report – Under Sea – 2019-12-06

Location: Lat 19 19.6N Long. 110 49.1W
Weather: Sunny day. N wind 8-10 kts; Seas N 2-3 ft Water Temperature 26C. Visibility 60 ft. Mild current from the South.
Status: At The Boiler.

Yesterday afternoon we dove in the Manta Highway and we had some great dives there. Around 5 different Mantas were passing by, a few single hammerheads, and a couple of divers saw a tiger shark in the distance and even a sea turtle. The last dive of the day went with just 4 divers and they probably had one of the best dives as they saw a juvenile whale shark and mantas! Then we went back to the boiler to overnight there and dive today here. The first dive today was great as divers could interact with some dolphins and there were 3 different mantas. The second dive was just a little bit slower as this time only two mantas were at the site and some silky sharks. We will have one more dive here and for the last dive we will go to the canyon and spend the night there to make our way back to Cabo early in the morning.
– Captain Vicente

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