Captain’s Noon Reports – Belle Amie – 2023-09-27

Anchor at Las Animas Island, Winds: N 5 -8 kts sometimes gusts around 10 kts, Seas: 3-4 ft N.

Yesterday we finished our day in Carmen Island diving the wreck of the Diaz Ordaz. It was perfect to finish the last dive there. It was full of reef fish and it is not a very depth dive,the conditions were good and we encountered with some snappers, sardines, a lot of morenas, and angel fish.

After the dive our Chef Felipe was waiting for us with a Taco Fiesta at the sundeck, so delicious! After the Taco night we started our smooth way to Las Animas.Today our morning dives were very good, Las animas are full of marine life, the sealions are the stars of the site, we found 4 of them inside of the cave, and they were playing at the entry. The light was coming from the surface to the entry of the cave and it was just amazing.

Visibility around 20 mts and moderate current to the N. We are going to perform 2 dives more and going to dive Espiritu Santo north tomorrow for the morning dives and then Espiritu Santo South.

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

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