Captain’s Noon Report – Belle Amie – 2019-04-30

Location: San Benedicto – on our way to the Canyon

Weather: Visibility at the boiler is 120Ft+ and temperature is around 76F, light current running to the west, cloudy skies with lots of blue.

Status: 19.19.49N – 110.48.92W

We did two dives at the boiler. Both dives were amazing as the divers were able to interact with dolphins and mantas. Some say they had at least five different mantas. There were few chevron and one black manta. They also had a group of nine dolphins. Divers are excited to dive the boiler. The highlight of the morning was the mother and calf HUMPBACK whales leaping completely out of the water just couple of hundred yards form the Belle Amie. The thing is the weather conditions are changing. The wind is blowing 14 kts NW and the waves went from three to eight feet, so I think it is time for us to move to an easy place and keep the good memories and the safety of guests. Last night, the silky snorkel went just fine. All guests loved it as the silkies were friendly, but not too friendly. We had dolphins around and up close for some of the divers.

– Captain Beto

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