Captain’s Noon Report – Belle Amie – 2018-12-17

Location: roca partida, 18.59.85N – 112.05.17
Status: anchored in 220Ft,

Weather conditions still good, still overcast skies but sun burn thru, the Belle barely rocks, wind 10-12 kts from the NW, waves 1-3 FT from the Nw too, water today is 77F and vis average 100Ff, first dive today was a bit slow but the second one picked up big time, schooling hammers and guests went crazy they can’t stop talking about it, some say “BEST DIVE OF MY LIFE” on top of it two mantas black and a chevron, hunting tunas, silver tips, galapagos, the white tip sahrks, loads and loads of fish, yesterday afternoon some of the guests saw mobulas and hammers together, guests so far are happy.
– Capt. Beto

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