Location: The Revillegigedos
Weather: Wind this morning 10-15 from the North East with a 2-3 ft surface chop, but currently around 5-10kts.
Status: Viz around 25 M
The Revillegigedos never cease to amaze. Here at Cabo Pearce diving all day. The first dive departing saw mantas, hammerheads, galapagos, silver tip sharks and the icing on the cake, a large school of False Killer Whales passing by the excited divers during their safety stop and just before. Divers said they were alerted by the presence of the whales by an approaching array of clicks, pops and sonar beeps, and suddenly groups of false killer whales zipped past the ecstatic divers. Viz was around 25 meters. Dive 2 did not disappoint, the passengers have been joking, “what possibly more can we expect?” A whale shark of course!!!. A large friendly whale shark lingered with both groups of divers, accompanied with mantas and hammerheads. Visibility also improved to around 30 meters. Water temp a cool 74 degrees. A mild South to North current on the first dive and, very mild North to South current on the 2nd. The NUS will stay here at Cabo Pearce for the third dive, then head to Punta Tosca for a Silky Snorkel this evening. With a Navy inspection completed en route, as well as MOB drill. Wind this morning 10-15 from the North East with a 2-3 ft surface chop, but currently around 5-10kts. Were accompanied by the Cassiopeia and NEX. All guests and crew doing great!
- Captain Ian