Abundant Sea Life

We are underway to the Bay of Panama and have rounded Punta Mariato, out of the waters of western Panama. We left our anchorage at Isla Gobernador this morning and have had seen lots of sea life as we moved out into the Pacific Ocean. Several times dolphins played at Lanikai‘s bow while manta rays leaped out of the water nearby; but most of all were the numerous, and very large, sea turtles that slowly swam past. There were also a few of the yellow-bellied sea snakes swimming by too. We hope to round Punta Mala in the morning and then cross the Bay of Panama to the Perlas Islands for a Wednesday morning anchor-drop at Isla del Rey.