The Sailfish - Istiophorus platypterus is the fastest fish in the world, clocking up to 110 km/hour. They get their name from their spectacular dorsal fin that stretches almost the whole length of their body. They can grow up to 3.5 meters length. This was another dream come true encounter for me, have only seen them breaching before from Boats and I wanted to swim with them, especially with them hunting among Baitballs. On our second day during our Pelagic Expedition in Baja, Mexico, we saw a big group of Striped Marlins hunting among bait balls and when my buddy and I got into the water, I was surprised to see the Sailfishes too and made additional efforts to at least get some footage of it and this was the only decent picture I managed to take of the Sailfish. Was very happy with this bonus encounter as we were not expecting to see them on this trip.