Captain’s Noon Report – Belle Amie – 2019-04-18

Location: 18.46.56N – 110.54.52W
Weather: 10kts N winds so it feel at anchorage, air is 68F, ocean today averages 75
Status: anchored in cabo pearce, anchor sitting in 110Ft

We started in Cabo Pearce and started in the bay in front of the arch way at Cabo Pearce. The dive was not spectacular but still divers saw some white tip sharks, few diamond rays and lots of tropical little fish. Someone said they saw a “big big shark” we’re not sure it might’ve been a tiger or galapagos…. Second dive at Cabo Pearce delivered some shark action as a school of at least 15 hammerheads cruised by then a galapagos more white tip sharks. Visibility is 80 plus feet with a strong current running to the north, we have one more dive here then we’re off to the Navy base for inspection, then to Punta Tosca for silky night snorkel.

– Capt. Beto

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

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