Captain’s Noon Reports – Belle Amie – 2023-04-21

19-17.6N 110-48.6W

Anchored Isla San Benedicto at Canyon
Winds NW 8-10knts, seas 1-3′, skies clear, air temp 77F, water temp 75F, No current, visibility 60′

We had two more good dives yesterday at Cabo Pearce before getting underway north to San Benedicto. Our passage was relatively smooth and we arrived here to anchor around 2230. Nice calm night on the hook.

We have made two dives here so far today and both have been very nice. No current at all on either dive and everybody has been seeing hammerheads. The cleaning station is empty for some reason, so none of the usual silver tips and Galapagos are seen, but the hammerheads are making up for it.

On dive two they were very curious and came within 2 meters of some of the divers. We have been seeing mantas on both dives and a few guests saw dolphins on the first dive two. We have got two more dives to go here this afternoon and guests are very excited about them. After our 4th dive, we will get underway and run overnight to Roca Partida for tomorrow.

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