Captain’s Noon Reports – Explorer – 2022-06-12

Location: Cabo Pearce

Weather: Cloudy Skies, NW Wind (2-5kts), NNW Swell (1-3ft)

Yesterday we finished our dive in Roca with two wonderful dives we could see false killer whales around the rock maybe because there were a lot of tunas and of course, a lot of sharks, Galapagos sharks, and reef fish. Roca Partida yesterday was full of marine life. Once we finished with the dive we picked up the anchor and we started our way to Cabo Pearce, all the way to Pearce was pretty smooth.

Our 1st dive today was good, a couple of dolphins were inside of the finger and a manta stayed just for a couple of minutes the 2nd dive was much much better with two mantas, three hammerheads, three dolphins, and some sharks around. We are going to go to the navy for the inspection after we finish with the 3rd dive, we are going to do our silky snorkel in Punta Tosca and tomorrow we will be diving the Canyon.

Water temperature: 73°F

Visibility: 40ft

  • Captain Julio de León

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