Captain’s Noon Report – Belle Amie – 2019-02-26

Location: San Benedicto “canyon” 19.17.74N – 110.48.45W
Status: Anchor is sitting in 75Ft of water
Weather: Skies with lots of blues but also some clouds, sun light is just right for the dives, ocean temperature is 78F, you can see 75Ft around you underwater and no current.

The two morning dives were really good. I did the second one and as I descended to the cleaning station a three meters female tiger shark passed by, then the friendly silver tips parade started and never stop, along came few galapagos, an oceanic black tip, a school of 30 plus hammerheads then the manta, the silkies and just before I started my safety stop I heard dolphins, I turned around an divemaster Pedro had his people right there with them playing, they stayed few minutes too then vanished in the blue water. The dives are easy, loads of action, only first day and WOW. Crew are happy and guests are super happy as the dives had been amazing on our first day.

-Capt. Beto

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

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