Captain’s Noon Report – Belle Amie – 2020-01-09

Location: 18.59.41N – 112.04.91W

Status: anchored in roca partida 250Ft down

Weather: blue skies with some patches of white, 8 kts Nw winds

We have little waves if any but huge surge probably 10 to 12 feet in size but so far apart they are of no concern. The air temperature is 76 as well as the ocean ,visibility today is more than 100 ft and there is light to no current. The action is not much and still the Galapagos, Silkies and silver tips are around the balconies on the rock. They are full of white tip sharks the schools of fish are not there only a few remain close to the rock, guests want to see schooling hammers but they are not around the divemasters are trying hard to find them but not luck so far, hopefully the afternoon dives would deliver them. The guests and crew are all doing great.

  • Captain Beto

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