Captain’s Noon Reports – Belle Amie – 2023-04-29

18-46.6N 111-02.9W

Anchored Isla Socorro at Punta Tosca
Winds W 10knt, Seas W 2-3′, skies 80% overcast, air temp 76F, Water temp 75F, vis 60-80′, no current.

We made one more dive yesterday afternoon at Pearce. It was pretty quiet. One manta made some distant passes, but that’s about it for the big life. There was very little current, and the water was kind of milky. For Pearce, it was a pretty poor dive, but the group still had a good time and the day overall was really good. After dive 3 we got underway for the navy inspection, and following the inspection we moved around to Punta Tosca and anchored up for the night.

We had a nice calm night on the hook and have made two dives here so far this morning and they have both been very good. Conditions here are pretty calm, with a little bit of west wind and seas, but there is very little current and visibility is great for Tosca. On the dives this morning we have seen multiple mantas, hammerheads, turtles, and even some distant dolphins on dive one. Right now, we are preparing to get underway and move around the corner to Roca O’Neil, where conditions look good and we plan to make two more dives.

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