Captain’s Noon Report – Explorer – 2020-11-29

Location: 18°46.61N 110°54.6W

Status: Anchored at Cabo Pearce 1.5 cable from the wall 2 cables from the finger as per park regs. 2 shots out and 91ft water under the keel

Weather: Winds ESE 10-12kts, Sea E 2-4ft medium swell, partial sunny and clody sky Visibility 75ft Water temp 87°Fahrenheit S medium current

Amazing evening yesterday in el Canyon, we had the last 2 dives in a bit better visibility than in the morning and the mantas were there again and again. After that we had our Mexican style food night, with tacos and quesadillas from Chef Kike. On the way to Cabo pearce was great with light winds and swell in our astern those makes the Explorer surf a bit with the sea, so smooth sail to Socorro. This morning we are alone in the site, so the immersions starts at 0700. First round was great with again more mantas playing around the divers but second dive….. wow! Second was epic! Dolphins, school of hammerheads, more mantas, silkies, and to finish the party a tiger shark in the safety stop of one of the groups. Definitely the guys who make the dive are the dolphins, they are playing near to the guests and posing for the cameras. This evening navy and silkie snorkel in Tosca and after sail to Roca Partida. All guests are happy!

Captain – Josep

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