Captain’s Noon Report – Explorer – 2020-09-22

Location: Roca Montana, La Reyna

Weather: Sunny and warm! Some wind from the SE at 22 kn.

Status: 27-30 degrees C in the water with 30 m visibility

Weather is good, sun is shining and it is very warm. The wind was coming in from SE with 22kn and it was a little bit of rolling at start. The first dive was at Roca Montana, south of Cerralvo. Today Roca Montana offered a little bit of current and since it is a shallow dive the visibility was not so great. But the guests were very excited to get in the water! We saw some octopus and a couple of turtles on the first dive. Water temp around 27 degrees Celsius. After that we steamed up north for 2.5 hrs to La Reyna for dive 2. Visibility more than 30 m and water temp around 27 degrees Celsius. A couple of sea lions came close and wanted to play for a while. The plan is to stay here at La reyna for dive 3 and for dive 4 which will be a night dive. After that we will set course to Tecolote beach and drop anchor for the night. Tomorrow we have planned to dive around Espiritu Santos on the south end at Sawanee reef.

  • Captain Daniel

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