It was seven in the morning when we started what would become a good day for everyone. A new working day awaited us with the uncertainty of not knowing if sea conditions would let us send the ROV down to a significant depth. But we got lucky and could document interesting detrital mud bottoms with rocky outcrops.
After several immersion hours in the deep bottoms off the island, we went back to the harbor quite satisfied with the work done. On our way back, the ocean greeted us once again with an endearing gift: a dozen bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus) that delighted us with their presence at the bow of our boat.