Captain’s Noon Reports – Gallant Lady – 2023-07-12

NGL 24.28.056n 109.56.500w, clear sky, air temp 30C wind ESE 7-8, swell E2-3, water temp 28C, visibility 10mts

NGL is 3nm northeast of La Reyna. Guests are swimming with a pod of bottlenose dolphins. This morning we started the day with a big school of mobulas in the Bahia de los suenos. There were lots of them, so many that the guests told me they never managed to get to the edge of the school. They were going up and down but all guests had a great time and loads of good videos and photos.

After breakfast, we had a report by Armando of a pod of Risso dolphins west of la Reynita. We headed there and by the time we caught up with them, they were by la Reyna. About 100 to 150 risso dolphins were swimming, some breaching out of the water, not a tight pod but spread over a large surface. Guests were able to see them very closely from the rhib, including the jumps. The dolphins were harder to approach in the water. Now we will pick up everybody for lunch and get ready to dive la Reyna.

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