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  • Captain’s Noon Report – Belle Amie

    The second dive was nonstop action: Dolphins for everyone with 7 or 8 mantas mixed in. Divers didn’t even know where to look.

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  • Tiger shark at Socorro

    Greeted by the large resident female tiger shark

    Today was our first day of diving here at Revillagigedo and it feel so good to be back on board. The Canyon at San Benedicto did not fail to impress once gain. The water was clear and a slight current was taking us on a westerly direction. Chevron mantas greeted us as we entered the water on the first dive followed by dusky sharks, silver tips, silky sharks, hammerheads, and more mantas.

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  • Manta spread the love at socorro

    The Mantas spread the Love

    Yesterday weather conditions invited us to visit Roca O´Neil, not every trip we are so lucky. Once again, we were the only dive boat around to enjoy the site. One after another all groups drifted along the wall with the sweet current mesmerized by the gorgeous lava formations, the arches and the chimneys, but most of all the cheeky mantas, going from on group of divers to the next, spreading the love equally without engaging for too long with any.

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  • Captain’s Noon Report – Explorer

    Explorer – Lots of jacks, tuna, wahoo’s, silvertips, whitetips…Fish are taking shelter from the current which gives us a very cool “aquarium” effect

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  • Dolphins playing at the Canyon

    The Canyon Rocks!

    The Canyon, one of our famous dive sites off Benedicto Island, seems to be the spot to be at the moment!! Diving has been reported as great over the past few weeks with a lot of big animal encounters!! And luckily today was still phenomenal!!

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  • Dive at Socorro

    Eat, dive and repeat…

    Today was a beautiful day, the sun appeared early, and came to announce a beautiful day of diving at the island of San Benedicto, an island of volcanic formation. The divers were divided into three groups – sharks, dolphins and mantas. Mine was the mantas, the last one to go out to the dive sites, which I thought was great, because we had more time to get ready.
    We had our first breakfast, and soon we got in the water. The first point of diving was Fundadero. Soon after we realized the visibility was not the best, but the spectacle was incredible, and in the first few minutes a huge manta came to welcome us! She was watching us.

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  • Vibrant Visibility at Roca

    Roca Partida was amazing today, with its vibrant schools of fish as usual, great visibility, and stunning wall formation; however, the current posed a slight challenge and many divers had to surface after going blue attempting to locate schooling hammerheads. Calm conditions made surface operations run smooth, without incident. Current had slowed down in the afternoon and we descended into schools of wrasse, jacks, white tip sharks, and silver tip sharks in the clear blue water of Roca Partida. Cruising along the imposing sheer volcanic rock wall we came across gangs of silky sharks, wahoo, and lobsters staring at us through crevices in the wall, and some hefty yellow fin tunas who seemed masters of the blue water column we were intruding. We surfaced in time to admire the orange sun setting below the horizon before waving goodbye to Roca Partida as we secured the back deck and started heading to Socorro Island. Looking forward plenty of mantas and dolphins tomorrow. – Divemaster Aldo

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