Captain’s Noon Report – Belle Amie – 2018-07-02

Location: Underway towards Isla Cerralvo in the Sea of Cortez. N 21 11.7 W 110 40.5

Sunny skies, light NE winds, some SE swell filling in from Fabio but the ride is very smooth and it is a beautiful day. The guests are relaxing getting ready for our guest student’s presentation on Clarion Angelfish and his project studying Manta population distributions. We finished the day yesterday at Roca with some great bait ball action. Thousands of skipjack tuna and hundreds of yellowfin tuna all around the divers. The last two days at Roca were a great way to finish of the Socorro season. We had a whale shark, friendly dolphins, hammerheads, more Galapagos sharks than you could count and much, much more. We are headed into the Sea of Cortez staying one step ahead of Hurricane Fabio.

–Captain Graham

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

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