Captain’s Noon Reports – Belle Amie – 2023-05-07

Anchor at Cabo Pearce, Winds: N 15 -16 kts sometimes gust around 20 knots, Seas: NW 2-4 ft long period of swell.

Yesterday we finished our day at Roca Partida. DM Peter and their group came out from the Roca but fortunately, all crew were in the game and we picked them up fast. This situation was already reported to DP Mike.

After we finished with the operation, we picked up the anchor and started moving to Socorro Cabo Pearce. Today our first 2 dives were beautiful. Cabo Pearce is full of marine life. Unfortunately, the visibility is really bad, we hope that gets better because at 1st dive some of our divers encountered a whale shark around 3 times, and on the 2nd dive the mantas were showing. This is why Socorro is so beautiful. 

The dive conditions at the 1st dive were 15 ft of visibility and light current to the S for the 2nd one the visibility increased to around 21 or 22 ft and the current changed from light to moderate. We are going to spend 2 more dives and are going to stay here for another day.

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

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