Captain’s Noon Report – Explorer – 2021-01-03

Location: 19°17,7’N 110°48,7’W

Status: Anchored at el fondeadero 2.6 cable south of shoreline 4 shots out and 140ft water under the keel.

Weather: Winds: NE 17-20 kts, Sea: NW 2-4ft wind swell. Partial sunny and cloudy sky. Medium currents East. Visibility 15 meters Water temp 80°Fahrenheit

Yesterday at 1200 the weather conditions pick up a lot and we did the last 2 dives in Roca drifting around the island. Both dives in the evening at Roca were great with a whale shark in the 3rd and the other usual sharks in the 4th. Sharks everywhere said one guest! As soon as we finish the dive we start heading to san ben. While we are sailing to the canyon, one humpback whale jumped out of the water in front of the Explorer. Guests enjoying a lot and I hope this guy stays around. That will be perfect for the last day!!!! in the 2nd dive of the day this time at el canyon, divers were able to see white tips, galapagos and again a school of hammers this time really close to the divers. Hopefully the humpback appears this evening! Guests are super excited.

  • Captain Josep

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