Captains Noon Report – Belle Amie – 2018-05-31

Location: Boiler today 19.19.63N – 110.48.77W
Status: Sitting in 110FT of water
Weather: 4-6Ft nw, and wind is abot 8 knots NW

Today we are taking some seas. There is just a light current and the dives this morning have been awesome. We had tiger sharks, hammerheads, Galapagos sharks, black tip sharks, Mantas (at least 6 chevron and one black manta). The water is 100FT plus visibility and 76F, the highlight of the dives today is a 25 FT whale shark in the first dive was seen playing with a pod of 6 dolphins and on the second dive, one of the whale sharks came again. Guests just wanna skip lunch and go diving!! yesterday the last dive in Roca Partida we had a school of Galapagos sharks and tunas. Some dives said they counted up to 18 Galapagos!
– Capt. Beto

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