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Noon Report!

March 24, 2016 Written by

Arrived Cabo Pearce 0045 this morning, and first divers in the water 0745 for one dive before heading to checkout with the Navy.

 

Wx remains stunning. Flat calm and beautiful clear skies, visibility moderate to good and very little current, Cabo Pearce is a goldfish bowl. Limited animal activity but a few dolphin and manta sightings here and there today.

 

Plan for the afternoon is to dive at Roca O’Neill, somewhere I haven’t been in a long time. In this weather, we can’t ignore the chance to try. Silky snorkel tonight at Pta Tosca. Overnight run to Roca Partida.

 

All is well, no new deficiencies

 

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