Captain’s Noon Report – Explorer – 2020-03-25

Location: Lat N 19 19.8, Long W 110 48.7
Weather: Sunny day, Wind NW 6-10 knots, Swell NW 4-6 feet, No current, Visibility 20 m, Water Temperature 22-23 C
Status: Anchored at The Boiler, San Benedicto Island

Yesterday we finished at Cabo Pearce and the second dive was the best of the day with 3 or 4 mantas playing with the divers the entire dive. One of the groups could also see a group of around 7-8 dolphins but just for a couple of minutes. During the last dive yesterday, one group could see a school of around 20 or more hammerheads. One chevron manta was present on the last dive too. After dinner, we had the silky snorkel and it was one of the best ever with 6-8 dolphins around with the silkies. Today we started the first dive at The Boiler. It was a very nice dive with 6-8 dolphins coming and going during the entire dive along with 3 chevron mantas. The second dive was good too, with 3 chevron mantas, one big turtle, and one juvenile tiger shark. So far there has been really good action here at The Boiler.
– Captain Gilberto

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