Captain’s Noon Reports – Belle Amie – 2023-10-01

Anchor at La Lobera de San Francisquito, Wind: very light wind from S 1-3 kts sometimes gusts around 4 kts, Seas: 1 ft N long period of swell.

Yesterday we departed from La Paz around 2030,welcome,Captain briefing and Passenger Drill done. Our guests were very excited for this trip, we arrived to San Francisquito at 0230, and we spent the night at anchor. Dive safety briefing and sep up gear was done, we performed our warm up dive, no issues.

We have 1 group of newer divers but they were conservative in this dive. Visibility was around 23 mts, very light current to the N,water temp:30 C. Marine life we encountered with some beautiful reef fish,angelfish and some moray eel. The reef was beautiful and our divers really enjoyed the dive site. The airplane was around us and our guests could watch them from the Ship.

Now we are going to perform 2 dives in La Lobera of San Francisquito and 1 more night dive in El Cayo. The plan for tomorrow is perform 4 dives in Las Animas

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