Captain’s Noon Report – Under Sea – 2021-04-01

Location: Anchored in Roca Partida

Vessel at anchor in Roca Partida Ships position lat N 18°59.581´, long W 112°04.887´clear sky, winds: Light air N 2-6 kts, seas: NW 1-3 ft. Yesterday we finished the day diving at the boiler, which was pretty mellow. On the 3rd one, we saw some Galapagos sharks and around 20 hammerheads sharks and one Manta. Water temp: 22°C, visibility: 30 ft. For the last dive, we had some Galapagos sharks, silver tips sharks. At the end when we had our divers in the skiff, 2 humpback whales were jumping on the surface! These beautiful whales stole the show at the boiler. Today we arrived in Roca Partida at 0600. What a beautiful morning and what a first dive! We saw a whale shark, yes whale shark!! And a Manta swimming together around the rock. Also white tips, around 6 hammerheads sharks, Galapagos sharks, and bonitas fish. Water temps: 23°C visibility was around 50 ft. The 2nd dive here at Roca was beautiful and amazing, the same whale shark was swimming around our guests. The weather is perfect! If I can describe this day with one word, its word will be Fantastic. Our guests are more than happy after this dive!

  • Captain Julio de Leon

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