Saturday, June 21, 2014

Roca Partida, day 3!

Today the water temperature was 78F/26C. The visibility was approximently 60 feet/18 meters. We saw countless creole, striped bonito, Black Jacks and Big Eye Jacks. Also there were gigantic yellow fin tuna which were busy hunting the jacks, and did not come very close. There were several species of sharks, such as silkies, white tips, Galapagos, silver tip, and two hammerheads. My fellow divers were able to catch a glimpse of several dolphins that decided to hang around and enjoy the attention from the divers. We saw two Silky sharks, swimming swiftly around us, one chasing the other trying to escape a potential mate. The female had bite marks on her body. We also saw three mantas, two of them were doing a 360 in the water beside us. One Black and one Chevron. There was one giant lobster hanging out in a shallow cave, and last but not least there were big wahoos at the beginning and the end of our dives eyeballing us as we dove past. All in all, it was a very good dive day. The End!
Until next time, peace and all that is good...~Lou Ellen Davis :)and
Pablo DM onboard

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