Captain’s Noon Reports – UnderSea – 2022-03-15

Location: Cabo Pearce

Weather: Clear Skies, NW Wind (10kts), Calm Seas

No current during the first dive, the mantas were there as well as a few hammerheads and a couple of dolphins went by. Some surface talking about an octopus, loads of clarion angelfish, and the king of the ocean, a 30ft whale shark, they said it was huge and every time they tell me the story the whale shark grows bigger, the good thing is they have pictures to prove it.

By the end of the second dive, they had a school of at least 50 hammerheads, but before that when they got in the water a pod of dolphins came around on the surface no one saw them underwater but the story goes that I was thinking they were all dolphins but as they came closer I could see that round head, FALSE KILLER WHALES!!! I am giving a wild guess but I think they were after one of the dolphins, sad but is just nature.

The second dive had some current running south, there is a nice warm layer of blue clear water the first 20ft then deeper is little darker and colder.

Water temperature: 75°F

Visibility: 60ft

  • Captain Beto

By Noon Reports

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