Once again we had action non-stop all day long. At one point you could see 6 sharks in the same frame, but we had at least 10 different sharks throughout the day.Read More
If you can tear your eyes away from the big fish, you’ll find a vertical wall extending straight down for 200 feet with caves filled with resting white tip reef sharks lined up like sardines
Roca Partida as we know it from the surface is a guano covered rock extending about 100 feet into the air and about 200 feet in length, poking up out of the pacific ocean 60 nautical miles from the nearest island of Socorro. In the bigger picture it is the very tip, the last second […]Read More
Hola, Again!! One more great trip.. this time with a group of 25 French people. A lot of sharks and happy people. When we were leaving the island, the scenario was amazing… how big and beautiful it is with a nice sunset, that’s the way I decide to introduce you to Lupita (my nickname for […]Read More
I saw a coat hanger (plastic) fly off the top deck of the boat at around six thirty a.m. and I sprang into action, grabbed the boat hook and couldn’t quite reach it, when my co-divemaster onboard, Magic Juan extended his hand to mine and reached me over the side of the boat and lowered […]Read More
Roca Partida looks underwhelming from the surface. A huge school that seemed to go on forever underwater was mesmerizing..
Dive day two of our current Socorro expedition has us diving famous Roca Partida. A guano covered rock in the middle of the pacific ocean, seeing it from the surface is slightly underwhelming. As soon as you back-roll off our dive tenders and dip beneath the surface though the rock comes alive. Roca Partida is […]Read More
Captain's Log – Turtle erotica… I watched through the wheelhouse windows as 2 green turtles locked in a steamy embrace. Or maybe they were just cuddling.
We’ve just left Roca Partida and are on our way back in Cabo San Lucas to disembark and prepare for our next trip back to the Socorro Islands. The highlight of this trip was definitely the diving at Roca Partida. Our one day at Socorro Island was a little disappointing as far as big animals […]Read More
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HOW WAS YOUR DIVE DAY? Roca Partida day #2 Another beautiful day at Roca Partida! The sun finally came out for us this morning and has been shining bright all day. While driving the skiff during the second dive, the humpback whales started putting on a fantastic show just forward of the bow. Since yesterday […]Read More
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