Captain’s Noon Reports – Belle Amie – 2023-06-08

Anchor at Roca Partida, Winds: N 4 -7 kts sometimes gust around 10 knots, Seas: NW 3-4 ft long period of swell.

Yesterday we finished our day at Punta Tosca. We had a very relaxing diving day, the conditions were ok, and there was heavy swell but after the 2nd dive, it calmed down. The visibility was around 20 mts, we encountered 2 mantas, 1 turtle, and 1 Galapagos shark. Then we moved to the Navy to perform the inspection and after we finished, we sailed directly to Roca.

Today we started with a very nice dive, we encountered some tunas, a school of jacks, silver tips, and white tips sharks. The conditions were good, visibility around 25 mts, water temp around 24 °C, light current E–>W.

After the 1st dive, we got a visit from a very special marine animal, a huge whale shark was swimming around the platform, and it was very curious. It was a beautiful moment for our guests, it was here for around 15 min and then it continued on its way. On the 2nd dive, we dove with a lot of white tips sharks and a school of jacks, yellowfin tuna were present, and some silky sharks.

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

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