Captain’s Noon Reports – UnderSea – 2022-01-05

Location: Cabo Pearce

Weather: Clear Skies, NE Wind (10kts).

Weather conditions today are a bit weird, with the wind constantly changing direction, last night we had to tuck into the little bay as the wind and ocean were not friendly, looks like it’s getting better, the wind is slower than last night.

Today we are diving Cabo Pearce, the two-morning dives have been pretty impressive, loads of mantas, dolphins a tiger shark and a big school of hammerheads, no current on the first dive but a ripping current on the second one, guests are really happy with their dives. since 7 this morning there are eight mantas feeding on the surface along the wall in Cabo Pearce between the arch and the actual dive site, they have been there for over five hours already. when I saw them this morning I thought the diver would not see mantas as they were away from the dive site however diver
came up happy because they saw eight mantas at the same time, so my wild guess is that we have some 20 mantas in the area.

Water temperature: 78°F

Visibility: 100ft+

  • Captain Beto

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