Diving in Revillagigedo always remind me why I chose to be a divemaster and make it my full time job: bringing joy and sharing with the divers. It is very rewarding to go on dives here and having guests hugging each other underwater, tears of joy and endless smiles as they climb back up on the inflatable and yelling out of joy once back onboard and sharing with the other guests. There is always a day like this here, in Socorro, where you will spend 20 minutes surrounded by dolphins who actually look at you and dance for you and stand posing in front of the cameras, while a few mantas glide by and you don’t know where to look anymore. This was our day at the boiler today, surrounded by those wonderful animals and feeling privileged to spend some time like no other. The mantas say hi from San Benedicto!
Divemaster Yann, Nautilus Belle Amie