Captain’s Noon Report- Belle Amie – 2018-05-13

Location:Anchored by Punta Tosca
Weather:N winds 10-15 knots, South ground swell 3-5′

Partly sunny skies, Water visibility was good at Roca Oneal but looks stirred up in places at Tosca. Current is headed to WNW and is moderate. The last two dives at Roca Partida were excellent with Manta and Mobula shows for everyone. The Tuna on the last dive were once again very active and getting ready to spawn. The first dive today at Roca Oneal was good with some dolphins and great topography. But it was surgy and some current headed to the Northwest. Tosca does not look all that good from the surface but no one is back yet. We will head to the Navy after this dive and finish the day off at Cabo Pearce including a Siky Snorkel. The last two days at Roca were so excellent it is going to be a hard act to follow.
-Captain Graham

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