Captain’s Noon Reports – Belle Amie – 2023-06-25

Anchor at Cabo Pearce, Winds: N 3 -5 kts sometimes gust around 5 knots, Seas: NW 1-2 ft long period of swell.

Yesterday after the last day in Tosca we moved to the Navy to perform the check, the navy came onboard we spent an hour with the inspection and then we moved to Pearce to spend the night anchor here.

Today our 1st dive was very good, we encountered a Manta, huge Galápagos sharks, and 3 dolphins. The current was light heading to the N and the water temp is 22°C, visibility is around 20 Mts.

The 2nd dive was really good as well, 3 mantas,4 Galapagos sharks,1 silkie, and 1 turtle, and finally, we saw the tiger shark.

The conditions were good until the current increased from moderate to strong. We are going to spend 2 more dives here at Pearce then we will sail to San Benedicto to dive the Canyon tomorrow.

By Noon Reports

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

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