Captain’s Noon Reports – Gallant Lady – 2023-07-05

NGL 24.37.61N 110.23.16W, clear sky, no wind, no swell, flat calm. air temp 37C, water temp 28C.

NGL is north of Los Islotes, heading towards San Francisco for a dive with sea lions. This morning we started exploring from Tecolote on the west side of Esp Santo. Coromuel was sustained until 11 AM, with some white caps. No major sightings but guests enjoyed the fregate nests at San Gabriel, the reef of Coralito, and the pristine beach. They saw cow-nose rays from the boat in San Gabriel but it is not allowed to snorkel there.

As we arrived at Los Islotes, the plane reported a dwarf sperm whale in close range but it disappeared before ethe rhib could get any close. Yesterday afternoon, after spending some time with the Risso dolphins, we did a dive at La Reyna. Visibility was great, the current was not too strong, and it was full of fish, turtles, and eels. The school of skipjacks was here and it is huge, guests say they saw more fish in this 1 dive than in several dives in Pulmo. They loved it.

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