Dive Report, Nautilus Belle Amie

At Cabo Pearce, it did not look too bright from the surface: drizzling rain (felt like being in northern france again…), wind and as we jumped in the water, strong current. We had not much choice but going down to the cleaning station and hold on tight, facing the current and hoping for animals to come see us. And then after waiting 10 minutes, a giant manta comes in, gliding through the current, followed by several bright orange clarion angelfish, she swim over the divers, enjoying the bubbles. And then we hear the high pitch sounds of Dolphins! at first you never know where it comes from, but suddenly the family showed up, a dozen dolphins, ramming through the cleaning station and circling the divers. After they passed, it was time to go up so we let go and drift with the current…to find another couple of dolphins very playful, who did a few rolls with us before the safety stop.

Divemaster Yann, Nautilus Belle Amie

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