Captains Noon Report – Belle Amie – 2019-04-12

Location: Roca partida, 18.59.35N – 112.04.91W,
Status: Anchored in 220Ft of water,
Weather: light NW winds

Huge swell and small waves but it is no problem for the boat nor our crew. The dives have been really good today, on the first dive some of the divers had a 45 minute dive with the dolphins, then two mantas, then the galapagos, silver tips, white tip sharks, silkies, cotton mouth jacks, the bonitos came in and the yellow fin tunas hunting on the little fish and much more guests are excited about the dives. Visibility is about 80Ft, temperature is 73F, cloudy skies but still we have lots of light for the dives, air temperature is 70F. and there is almost no current. Guests and crew are doing great.
– Capt. Beto

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