Captain’s Noon Reports – Belle Amie – 2022-01-14

Location: Cabo Pearce

Weather: Clear Skies, NNE Wind (10-15kts), N Swell (2-3ft)

We finished one more dive at Punta Tosca yesterday afternoon. Divers saw a small school of dolphins pass by and one manta also. After that dive, we got underway for the navy base and inspection. The inspection was conducted via radio and all went well. After inspection, we moved north to Cabo Pearce and did our silky snorkel. Almost all of the guests got in the water and the shark activity was steady but mild, just the way we like it.

Dives this morning have been great! On both, there have been sightings of dolphins, mantas, and hammerheads. The first dive had a pretty strong current running to the south, but it had switched to a mild current running north by dive two. The guests are loving the site so far and I think we will be able to finish the trip on a very high note after our next two dives.

The plan is for two more this afternoon, then dinner on the hook before getting underway late for our return trip home.

Water temperature: 78°F

Visibility: 60ft+

  • Captain Jon Shephard

By Noon Reports

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