Captain’s Noon Report – Belle Amie – 2020-01-15

Location: 19.17.87N – 110.48.42W anchor in 60Ft of water

The skies are white just enough light make it thru, the dives have been pretty good for the morning time, first dive was done at Fondeadero with one manta some fish and high expectation from the guests. The second dive was amazing as some said, most of the group saw schooling hammerheads, silver tip sharks, galapagos and a bunch of silkies, the dolphin group found a manta at manta rock and the manta put on a 40 minute show. They all love it as their bottom time was long and not much swimming as the manta kept circling around the divers, today visibility averages 75Ft, water temperature is 77F as well as air, and the wind is blowing 6Kts NE so it feels at anchor. Underwater there is a slight current running to the east. we arrived around 4:30 this morning. All guests & crew doing great.

  • Captain Beto

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

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