Captain’s Noon Reports – Explorer- 2022-02-03

Location: Punta Tosca

Weather: Clouded Skies, NW Wind (4-7kts), NNW Swell (1-3ft)

Yesterday we finished our day, diving in at Roca, the dive was pretty, with a lot of bonitas, different kinds of jacks, some tunas, lobsters, and a couple of silver tips around, no current. Once we finished the last dive we prepared everything to move to Punta Tosca, after the dinner, we started our way to Socorro. Today we started our day with a mellow dive, we could see three dolphins, one manta and one hammerhead not for so long but we saw them, the 2nd one was pretty much the same just the current decreased a lot. We are going to do another dive here and we are going to move to Navy for the inspection and then to Cabo Pearce for the Silky snorkel

Visibility: 90ft+

  • Captain Julio de León

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