Captain’s Noon Reports – Explorer – 2022-04-22

Location: Roca Partida

Weather: Clear Skies, NW Wind (2-4kts), NNW (1-3ft)

Yesterday we finished our day diving here at Roca Partida with good dives, we could dive with around three mantas, a lot of huge tunas, and a lot of reef fish. The dive conditions were a challenge because the current was strong coming from the W, we decided to stay one day more because in Roca you never know what is going to happen and this is true because

Today in our 2nd dive we could call this dive an INSANE DIVE, all the dive we could get a highway of tunas, around 70 tunas swimming around, as well a couple of chevron mantas, a school of sharks, a school of Bonitas, and at the end we had around more than 30 false killer whales hanging around of our divers, just image the happy faces of everyone including me looking around the rock with all this marine life around, we are going to finish the day here and then we are going to start our way to Socorro.

Water temperature: 74°F

Visibility: 80ft

  • Captain Julio de León

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