Captain’s Noon Report – Belle Amie – 2019-03-04

Location: Canyon, 19.17.70N – 110.48.56W
Status: Anchored in 70FT of water
Weather: Sunny + blue skies, light NW wind, slight current running east, visibility averages 50FT, & water temperature is 75F

The two morning dives have been incredible, lots of fish, an octopus here, flounder there, black Manta and the chevron together, galapagos sharks, silver tips, white tips and schooling hammerhead sharks all in one single place just feet away from the buoy (the cleaning station at the canyon). The mantas swim around the divers over and over, the whole dive is a manta dive. The highlight of the dives were the dolphins in the very first dive. Guests and crew doing beautiful!

-Capt. Beto

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

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