Captain’s Noon Report – Belle Amie – 2019-04-28

Location: Roca partida, 18.59.37N – 112.04.93W
Weather: Cloudy day today but still we are getting lots of sunlight in the dives
Status: Anchored in 230Ft

Weather has been good today. The current today has been weird is been shifting and some times current stops so it is hard to say what the current is doing at any given time. We are also getting some surge in the dives and yet the Belle Amie sits just fine the dive platform is not problem for crew or guests. The dives so far have been fair not super exciting but good dives, some guests seen small groups of hammerheads, silver tips and galapagos are around, huge yellow fin tunas are down for the hunt. The cotton mouth jacks have no chance as the tuna are fast as lightning. The balconies are full of white tip sharks, yesterday we had whale shark for three dives in a row!

– Capt. Beto

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

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