Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Playful dolphins and schooling hammerhead at Socorro Island

Hi there!
We did our first morning dive at Punta Tosca hoping to find our friendly female dolphin that loves to be pet by divers. While we weren’t lucky enough to find her this time, on the second dive we found four other dolphins that really got excited when they found us! One of them stayed with us 30 min of the dive and suddenly 3 more joined to the game, also we got to see 2 mantas that swam by next to the dolphins!
During the lunch we did our typical navy check in, what this time we were lucky, we took only one hour to do it. We moved to Cabo Pearce to do one more dive and finish another dive adventure on The Solmar V. The visibility was  40’ and a chilly thermocline of 73 F/ 21 C, even though we had the chance to find a massive school of hammerhead sharks that cruised by the reef! Tomorrow, we plan to dive at the famous Roca Partida! Let’s see what it offers us this time!

¡Hasta la vista!

Erick Higuera

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