Captain’s Noon Report – Belle Amie – 2018-04-02

Location: 18.49.99 n – 11.03.84W
Anchored: 60FT
Water temp: 76F
Visibility: 110FT approx

We spent the morning dive at Roca O’Neal. The dives were nice but not overly exciting. We have nice blue water, the arches were loaded with fish but a bit risky to go in as the current was really going. On the safety stop, we saw some hammerheads. Some guests claim they saw a Tiger Shark but they also say it was too far to really tell. On the second dive towards the end, a Manta came around and stayed with the dives for over ten minutes! Now we are going for Punta Tosca for one dive, then to Cabo Pearce for the “Silky snorkel.” We had a nice ending yesterday at Roca Partida. There was schooling Hammerheads and a school of nine Devil Rays. All guests are very happy and doing well.

-Capt. Beto

By Noon Reports

Daily dive and conditions reports from our captains onboard the Nautilus Liveaboard vessels.

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