Dive Report, Nautilus Undersea February 9th 2020

Second day of diving on this trip. We were at “Cabo Pearce” in Socorro island. We did three dives today because we have to go to the Navy Base for inspection. The dive condition were good, water temperature 24C/75F and visibility around 18m/60ft. On the first dive we had very strong current. We saw a hammerhead and a small group of dolphins. The last dive of the day was the best. Two dolphins showed up almost at the end of the dive and they were playing with the divers for a few minutes! Swimming around and going from one diver to the other. Everybody was very excited because of the dolphin interaction with us. After diner we did silky snorkel and eight brave divers jumped in to a close encounter with silky sharks! For those fearless divers the reward was a cup of hot cocoa with baileys! Tomorrow Roca Partida

Divemaster Pablo, Nautilus Undersea

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