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  • diver films dolphins with GoPro

    This is the trip of dolphins.

    We started off jumping close to the wall. While swimming towards the receiver, several whitetips crossed our way. Suddenly, a hammerhead appeared in the blue and disappeared as fast as he came. When swimming to the inner side of the lava finger, several whitetips were circling between the rocks, curious to find out what these black things were, making these strange bubbles. Almost as the hammerhead, a big manta, followed by blind passengers below him, showed up swimming gently above us and disappeared again in the blue.

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  • A playful sea lion with beautiful eyes at Cedros Island

    Guadalupe-Socorro Combo Trip Kicks off the Socorro Season

    We had Great Whites in Guadalupe, lots of California Sea Lions on the way down south, now Giant Mantas and Silky sharks and dolphins…all in one trip, and the best still lays ahead.

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  • Great white Mickey at Guadalupe

    Sharks Put on an Acrobatic Show at Guadalupe

    We had up to six sharks in our frame of view at times, up and down, very close. Divers couldn’t decide where to point their cameras!

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  • Two great whites at Guadalupe, Photo by Robin Brown

    This Guadalupe Season is on Fire

    This season is definitely on fire: we had non stop action for all three days of diving.

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  • giant manta ray with train of jacks

    Magical manta encounter

    Five minutes into the dive, passing through in the Blue, three massive hammerhead sharks! Another one in the sandy bottom at 25mts, two Manta rays, two big Galapagos sharks, and two Silver tip sharks.

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  • diver gets a great photo angle of manta ray

    1st Dive Day, Fantastic!

    Check out dive – nice and smooth at red rocks, 2 to 4 fantastic mantas came to visit us, then turtles, lots of fish, lobsters, and rays. And then…the most amazing sound…Humpback Whales singing!

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  • Felipe & Crew Save Turtles

    Yesterday at the last dive of the trip our sister boat Explorer warned us as they left the Boiler on their way to Cabo. They had just passed by a bunch of debris with possibly a turtle entangled and asked us if we could help it. I left with one of the tenders to check and it wasn’t just one, but two Green Turtles entangled into what looked like some illegal fishing buoy and lines! First one was lightly entangled and it didn’t take more than a minute to set it free. The second one took me about 30 minutes…

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