Captain’s Noon Report – Explorer – 2020-01-06

Location: 18° 46.6’ N / 110° 54.6’ Socorro island, “Cabo Pearce”

Weather: Wind: NE 2-6 kts, Seas: NE 0-4 ft. Overcast sky with some patches of clear sky.

We finish yesterday in the canyon with two more good dives, mantas, hammers and tigers were present yesterday, and we moved to cabo pearce. Today the first dive was good, conditions were not much current from the N to the S, visibility was around 70 ft and temperature was between 25 and 26 degrees. On the first dive our divers could see one chevron manta, two dolphins (just two groups), five hammerheads and some white tip riff sharks. The second dive was almost the same, same conditions but this time no current and the animal action almost the same they could see one chevron manta two dolphins (this time just one group could see the dolphins) and a few hammerheads. We are going to do one more dive here and then we’ll move to the navy base for the check in then move to punta tosca to have a nice and smooth dinner and the silky snorkel there and then move to roca partida. All guests and crew are doing great.

  • Captain Gilberto

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