Saw a couple of Glasseye Snappers,
and even a Porcupinefish.
Stayed longer than we probably should have on the Jacks and I was using my arms to pull myself over the reef trying to get back before I ran out of air. Unlike Tower 17, we don't dive the Jacks often enough that I know how long it takes to get back. It's the not knowing that is difficult.
Leo was ready to go again as soon as he changed tanks. I needed more time to rest up. My black tank was supposed to be full, but had only 2000 psi in it. Need to check the valve and make sure it is not leaking. So I geared up and we got in the water. We descended in about 12 feet of water on the algae patch just off Tower 1. We headed more or less North.
I found and photographed a little red crab of some sort.
Luis found a Purplemouth Moray Eel being cleaned by two Scarlet striped Cleaning Shrimp.
Leo found a Rock Hind.
It was an interesting dive with a surprising amount of life. My 2000 psi tank lasted all of 86 minutes, which surprised me. I went home a took a nap.