Captain’s Noon Reports – Belle Amie – 2023-09-18

Anchor at La Reyna. Winds: E 2 -4 kts sometimes gust around 5 kts, Seas: NW ft long period of swell.

Yesterday we departed from La Paz around 2030, welcome and Captain briefing done, we did not have any during the undocking maneuver and then we continued sailing to La Renita. We arrived at midnight and we spent the night at anchor.

Today our check out dive was at 0700, no major issues or problems with our guests. The dive conditions were good, visibility was around 25 mts and the current was moderate and sometimes strong heading to the S.

Then after all of our guests were comfortable in the water with their gear, we sailed to La Reina for the 2nd dive. Dive conditions were so good, there were a lot of sea life here at la Reyna, school of machete fish, jacks, Morena eel, and a lot of macro life.

Visibility around 25 mts and at the beginning we had moderate current but eventually it decreased until no current.

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

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