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  • Captain’s Noon Report – Undersea

    Location: Canyon, San Benedicto

    Weather: Winds E10-12 Swell calm Water Temp 24C Vis 80ft

    Guests were treated to some manta magic this morning. Two to three mantas were dancing around the guests on their dives. One group was able to sea a 10 foot tiger shark along the ridge. We are diving fundadero for the morning. We are going to get four dives in today. We are going to switch to the canyon this afternoon to look for the school of hammerheads, more mantas and the cleaning station to see silver tips and galapagos sharks hopefully more. Guests are having a good time.

    • Captain Lowel
  • Captain’s Noon Report – Explorer

    Location: 20°38.7’N / 110 ° 27.6’ W 138 NM to go ETA 0730 to Marina del Rey.

    Weather: Wind: NNE 10/14kt seas: NNE 8/10ft open sky with some stratocumulus

    Yesterday we finish in the canyon, very good dives there, mantas with the guests and one of them a huge chevron they said, hammerhead sharks and the receiver full of silvertips and galapagos, we spend the night anchor in calm so the dinner was delicious and smooth, today we have some wind on our bow and is a little rough but no so bad, guests are ok. They are waiting for the slideshow and now they are enjoying the lunch.

    • Captain Gilberto
  • Captain’s Noon Report – Belle Amie

    Location: 18.46.67N – 110.54.59W cabo pearce anchor sitting in 100Ft of water

    The morning dive have been “awesome” guests used that word over and over, the amount of dolphins and mantas in one single dive is unbelievable and guests are super happy, downside is today we are sharing the site with other three dive boats. Wind here is blowing 14 kts and is confusing cause it constantly changes directions, waves in the dive site are 4ft today there is a light current running south and water temperature is 78F same as air, visibility today averages 80Ft, apart from the mantas, dolphins, there was also a small school of hammers and the cherry on top was the TIGER SHARK! they say it was huge and came very close to the divers.

    • Captain Beto
  • Captain’s Noon Report – Belle Amie

    Location: 18.46.65N – 110.54.61W cabo pearce today, anchored in 100Ft,

    Weather: 8kts se winds, air temperature 78F, cloudy skies with lots of blue

    The ocean today has a little current running to the south (so it feels at the dive site) visibility is 100Ft and water temperature is 78F, first dive guests came back happy as they saw mantas and some lucky ones saw dolphins on their safety stop, but the second dive delivered some of the most amazing dive experience divers can get, the dive site was loaded with mantas and dolphins they saw them through out the entire dive, guests are screaming, dancing laughing and crying on the back deck……………….. GUESTS HAPPINESS checked ✔. Guests and crew just happy to be here.

    • Captain Beto
  • Captain’s Noon Report – Explorer

    Location: 18° 46.6’N / 110 ° 54.6’ W Socorro Island “Cabo Pearce”

    Weather: Wind:4-8 kts N seas: 2-4 ft. Overcast sky. Light current to the S, visibility around 15 mts, water temperature around 25 C.

    Yesterday we finished in Roca Partida, good dives especially the last one, one chevron manta appears and one group of divers could see her. Guests want to move, from Roca. Today we arrived to Cabo Pearce, first dive was good, two groups saw a big female tiger shark and one of the groups saw some dolphins passing by, one Chevron and one black manta on the first dive too. The second dive they could see two Chevron mantas and two black mantas, one of them stay all the safety stop. We are going to do one more dives here and then move to the navy base to do the check in, silky snorkel on the evening and after dinner move to San Benedicto for our last dive day. Guests & crew are doing great.

    • Captain Gilberto
  • Captain’s Noon Report – Belle Amie

    Location: 19.19.72N – 110.48.72W anchor in 110Ft,

    Boiler today is been slow in the first dive then good on the second one, elusive dolphin just cruising by no mantas then the three mantas the hammer and the usual cast of fish, weather is nice wind is 9 kts NW and waves are running same direction with a high of 4 feet, overcast sky with lots of light, air temperature is 78F and ocean today is 77F a slight current running to the east. Guests are doing great.

    • Captain Beto
  • Captain’s Noon Reports – Undersea

    Location: Canyon, San Benedicto

    Status: Winds NW 8-10, Seas NW 3-5, Vis 50 ft, Water Temp 25c

    Good dives this morning with three mantas dancing around the guests on the first then the second dive was quiet until the last 15 minutes of the dive there was a huge chevron manta playing with all the guests. We saw our first humpback of the season yesterday at Roca. As we were leaving Roca we saw the whale lift it’s mighty tail out of the water several times and repeatedly smack the surface creating a big splash over and over. This morning at the Boiler we had another humpback breaching after the dive and most guests were able to see the leviathan leap out of the water.

    -Captain Lowel