Captain’s Noon Reports – UnderSea- 2022-06-08

Location: Cabo Pearce

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

Today, the ocean is almost flat, and for some reason, mantas are liking the warm water and they are in that first 30 feet layer, so far we seen eight or more different individuals one of them had a piece of the cephalic fin missing and already healed so is an old wound.

There were a handful of hammerheads, two Galapagos sharks, several white tip reef sharks, two not-so-friendly turtles, octopus, and a lot more, the highlight of the dives were a small pod of dolphins, they were just cruising and not wanted to play with the divers.

One more dive here and we are gonna do navy inspections, to then go to Punta Tosca for night silky snorkel, and tonight we are doing the crossing over to Roca Partida.

Water temperature: 76°F

  • Captain Beto

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