Captain’s Noon Reports – Belle Amie – 2023-04-14

Anchored Isla Socorro at Aquarium
Winds W 15knts, seas 2-3′ skies clear. In water vis 70’+ strong current to west, water temp 74F

We had two more dives yesterday at Roca just like those in the morning. Plenty of jacks schooling on the corners, and some shark activity, though pretty mellow by the standards of Roca. The last dive had a manta cruise by in the distance and some large yellowfin tuna that gave a good show. The winds in the afternoon picked up and it was choppy for these guests.

We had two good but challenging dives at Tosca. Sheltered in the bay we didn’t have tons of pelagic action, though there were mantas spotted by divers on both dives, and at least one group on the second dive got a good close look at a tiger shark. Even though we weren’t surrounded by rays and sharks for the dives, the group really enjoyed the topography. In an effort to get them some more protection from the conditions, we have relocated to the aquarium, where we are just about to make our third dive for the day.

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

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