Location: Bay of La Paz
Weather: Clear Sky, SW Wind (5kts) and Smooth Sea (1ft)
We’re just in front of Tecolote and our guests are attempting to get in the water with a school of mobula rays that we just found. The RHIB has been out since 11:30am searching the Bay of La Paz along with Pato Buzo and our pilot. Guests have spent most of their day with a couple whale sharks.
This morning we departed to the south of Isla San Jose to search the San Jose Strait and the northern part of the Bay of La Paz. We didn’t manage to see any mobula rays, orcas or other whales up that way.
Plan for tonight is to head south and spend tomorrow searching the area of Bahía de Los Muertos and south to Los Barriles and La Ribera for mobula rays and orcas. We think the mobula rays are heading more south now so hopefully tomorrow we have some luck finding some big schools.
- Captain Gordon