Captain’s Noon Report – Belle Amie – 2021-05-23

Location: Cabo Pearce

Status: 110 ft. under keel, 3 shots paid out

Weather: NW wind less than 10 kts, 22C Visibility 20 Mts.

Good afternoon everyone, vessel anchored at Cabo Pearce, 110 ft under keel, 3 shots paid out, Nice morning, NW wind less than 10 kts sun shinning high and just a few white patches in the sky. We ended yesterday at El Boiler with a very good dive, divers continued diving with a few mantas, school of jacks and many octopus. Today we have done 2 amazing dives, during both dives guest have been interacting with at least 8 different mantas both kind, hammerheads, white tips, silver tips, one huge Galapagos sharks, and lots of jacks and bonito, guests are really happy with this diving site, third dive is taking place right now, we will have another dive and after dinner will heave up anchor and head to Roca Partida. Diving conditions were good, just in the first dive current was strong going from north to side but for second dive it decreased a lot, water temperature was 22 Celsius degrees and visibility around 20 mts. Guests & crew doing great.

  • Captain Ramon

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