Captain’s Noon Reports – UnderSea – 2022-03-17

Location: Roca Partida

Weather: Clouded Skies, NW Wind (6kts), NW Swell (3ft)

Light current running west to east, visibility the best for the week 100 feet or more, action is good but not Roca Partida standards, lots of horse-eyed jacks the cottonmouth jacks, some yellowfin tunas, and wahoo.

On the first dive, they saw a manta going by in the second dive three mantas came and one of them spent the entire dive with the divers, the day is good, silver tips, and Galapagos sharks are here but in small numbers.

Yesterday in Punta Tosca divers experience the magic of Revillagigedo, some of them came super happy because they saw a dolphin, a single dolphin that came and interacted with each of the divers, and then the dolphin went to the bottom and lay there for a couple of minutes, they were celebrating and I was sorry and worry because I was thinking the other group had missed the dolphin but they came happy and celebrating cause they had three humpback whales coming within reaching distance, this is the magic of Revillagigedo! Then we had a great closing with the silky snorkel, plenty of sharks enough for great action but not too many so it was safe.

Water temperature: 76°F

Visibility: 100ft

  • Captain Beto

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