Captain’s Noon Report – Belle Amie – 2019-04-27

Location: roca partida, 18.59.36N – 112.04.94W
Weather:air and ocean temperature are the same 72F, pretty light current going west, visibility averaged 100F
Status: anchored in 230Ft of water

A bit of a cloudy day, with lots of blue skies. The two morning dives were loaded with sharks, galapagos, silver tips, silkies, hammerheads and white tips. Apart from that there were horse-eyed jacks and the cotton mouth jacks schooled in huge groups just outside the rock. The dives are loaded with action today! We are having amazing dives in roca partida all guests saw the whale shark on the second dive as this huge fish came back and stayed the whole dive with the divers, on top of everything else we have roca partida for ourselves today. Stay tuned for more updates!

-Capt. Beto

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

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