Captain’s Noon Reports – Belle Amie – 2023-04-03

19-19.6N 110-48.8W

Anchored Isla San Benedicto at Boiler
Winds NW 8knts, Seas NW 4-5′, Skies overcast, in water vis 50-60′ No current, temp 75F We made one more dive yesterday afternoon at Punta Tosca. Conditions were very similar to the previous two, with very little current and 60′ vis or so. Two mantas were spotted as well as one or two galapagos sharks. Overall it was a good dayof diving, and it made for a good oportunity for these guests to continue to get themselves sorted out in the water. The diving here has been great for us today. Surface conditions are a bit rough for the skiff loading, but in the water it is calm, no current, and mantas are present and playful. On dive one some of the divers saw a tiger shark, and on dive two we had one manta who was constantly circling the group, for over a 45 minutes. And there were some scattered hammerhead sightings as well. All the guests who are diving are thrilled.

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