So after an excellent day in Socorro Island with giant mantas, dolphins and big school of hammerhead sharks we arrived in the morning at Roca Partida.
It was not bad under water either each dive we had hammerheads, galapagos and Silvertip sharks, It was good constant flow off them not the big massive schools but almost all the time look there and there and there! or… there! The morning gave us bottlenose dolphins that stayed around for a good while, up on the top we watched some of them go crazy jumping and spinning. Not so much Yellow fin Tuna though a few 6-7 feeters passed by.
The humpback whales are really starting to show up now and spent the whole day around the rock, we went to have a closer look but they where moving around to fast yet. This is a new kind of season to look forward to now when the humpbacks are coming to see them breaching, listening to the male singing when you are diving and also have the chance to be in the water and watch them.
Surface conditions actually cold for this year around 22-24 C cloud in the morning sun in the afternoon and evening.
Under water conditions 100ft Viz temp 24-26 C and no current.
Diveguide Sten Johansson
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