Captain’s Noon Report – Belle Amie – 2018-04-09

Location: 18.59.32n- 112.05.03w
Status: 220ft
Weather: 1-3ft waves sky partially cloudy

Roca Partida – Quino el Guardian arrived this morning. M/V Storm left last night. Today we have light nw winds, this morning we had some rain and the dives are only getting better. The first dive we had six dolphins cruising by. Seems they were on the hunt. We also saw a mobula ray go by then some hammerhead sharks, silver tips, Galapagos, silkies, tons of yellow fin tunas. The second dive delivered a manta, more hammers, Galapagos, many white tip sharks, then on the rock a couple of octopus trying to blend in with the rocks and a few moray eel. The water is about 75F today and visibility is 80FT.
– Capt Beto

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