Captain’s Noon Report-Belle Amie – 2018-04-10

Location:Cabo Pearce, 18.46.62n – 110.54.61w
Status: Sitting in 90 FT of water
Weather:75F and visibility is around 80FT

Day partially cloudy, and the NUS was next to us, this morning they are off for the navy inspection, we have one more dive to go then navy base then back here for the silky snorkel, the two morning dives were good the first one kind of quiet and still they saw some hammerheads and the divemaster had to start looking closely at the reef to keep their guests entertained, the second dive went over the roof as the dolphins came to play with the guests and stayed for more than half hour, as a matter of fact some guests who had came back to the boat asked and we took them to snorkel with them, then the two mantas and to top it a single hammerhead came close to the dolphins.

-Captain Beto

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

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