Captain’s Noon Reports – Belle Amie – 2023-03-08

Anchor at Cabo Pearce, Winds: N 6-8 kts, Seas: NW 2-3 ft long swell,6/8 of cloudy sky most of them cirrus and stratus .Yesterday our dives at roca were beautiful, it was amazing the way that the sharks lives there or spent a while there and then they continue their way, silver tips and white tips at the north , some huge really huge tuna around,the current decrease but it was still moderate to the S, after the dive we picked up the anchor and continue our way to Cabo Pearce, we arrived at 0530 early morning and we started our 1st dive at 0700, what a 1st dive in Pearce, mantas,mantas and more mantas, at least 5 different chevron at the same time but in total 8 including 3 beautiful black mantas, the 2nd dive was an amazing dive as well, a lot of mantas, some hammerheads sharks , one of them was huge, the dive conditions are very nice, the water is very clear and there is very light current to the N, our guests are having a really good day.

By Noon Reports

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

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