Captain’s Noon Reports – Explorer – 2021-12-27

Location: Cabo Pearce

Weather: Clear Skies, N Wind (6-10kts), Swell (0-4ft)

Yesterday we did the last dive also in Roca Oneil, manta action never ends, three or four mantas were with the diver all dive long, one black manta and three chevron were curious with the divers, also two guests could see a small school of hammerheads.

Yesterday we did the check-in in the navy base with success, and the silky snorkel after dinner. Today we start at Cabo Pearce, five friendly mantas were with the divers all the time, and the rockstars of Cabo Pearce are the dolphins, around 10-15 dolphins were with the divers. The second dive was as amazing as the first one, with mantas again, and this time no dolphins but around 100 hammerheads were seen by at least two groups. Cabo Pearce is giving us a really good trip end.

Water temperature: 79°F

Visibility: 70ft+

Captain Ramón

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Daily dive and conditions reports from our captains onboard the Nautilus Liveaboard vessels.

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