Captain’s Noon Reports – Explorer – 2021-12-04

Location: Cabo Pearce

Weather: Clear Skies, N Wind (8-12kts), N Swell (2-4ft)

Yesterday we dive the second dive in Roca O’Neil again, a really good dive, visibility around 65ft, light current to the NE, four chevron mantas they could see, some Galapagos and white tips, no tiger at this time.

The last dive we moved to Punta Tosca, visibility around 50ft, medium current to the W, nice and beautiful dive, divers enjoyed the topography of the dive site and one of the groups could see a school of 40 hammerheads.

Today we are in Cabo Pearce, first dive visibility around 50ft, no current. Cabo Pearce is still on fire, lots of mantas, five mantas at the same time, white tips, one group could see a single hammerhead swimming on the surface, dolphins probably were close because diver could hear them, but they don’t show. Second dive strong current to the S, visibility around 100ft, really good dive with at least four different mantas and one big tiger shark, one of the groups could see a school of 100 + hammerheads.

Let see what else have Cabo Pearce for us.

Water temperature: 79°F

Visibility: 50-100ft

  • Captain Gilberto

By Noon Reports

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