Captain’s Noon Reports – Belle Amie – 2023-05-08

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

Yesterday we finished our day here at Pearce with a nice dive. Unfortunately, the low visibility did not let us enjoy ourselves as we should. Pearce was really different.

Today in our 1st dive the visibility in the north part of the finger was much better, around 60 ft with really good manta action and dolphins who came to say hi. They stayed for a while and our divers really enjoyed the dive. The 2nd one was just as good. Around 7 dolphins came and only 3 stayed with one of the groups. There were mantas around us, we could say around 7 of them in all. Xavi’s Group encountered 3 hammerheads in the safety swimming around them.

The conditions at the north side of the finger are good but the green water is still at the south side, the current is light and at some point, at the end of the 2nd one, the current just stopped. After the 3rd Dive, we are going to pick up the anchor to do the navy check and then we are going to move to San Benedicto to spend the night at anchor. In the morning we move to the Boiler for the 1st and 2nd dive at least if the weather condition allows us.

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