Captain’s Noon Reports – Belle Amie – 2023-07-19

Anchor at San Pedro Martir Island, Winds: N 6-8 knots, sometimes gust around 10 knots, Seas: 1 to 3 NW.

Yesterday we finished the day at Bahía de Los Angeles, with a very good session with whale sharks. The day has been really good, amazing experience with the Whale Sharks. Then we enjoyed our delicious Taco night, and after we received the unit, we departed from Bahia to Isla San Pedro Martir.

We arrived today around 0625 hrs and started our day diving due to which the hiking activity was not possible. We went to check both sides and to be honest, it is really challenging to disembark as the beach is very rocky and as soon as you arrive there are a lot of sea lions blocking the line of the beach. Then, if you walk into it, you will find a very vertical rocky wall. Pictures were sent to DP, anyway.

1st and 2nd dive was really good, the black coral was beautiful, the marine life was really good as well and we dove with a lot of sea lions in the water. We are at this moment diving in the NE part of the island and we are planning to do another dive and then depart to Coronado Island

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

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