Captain’s Noon Reports – Belle Amie – 2023-10-05

Anchor at Bahía de los Ángeles “La Herradura” wind: 4-6 kts N , Sea: very calm seas.

Yesterday we finished our day in San Pedro Mártir. Before the last dive we went to San Pedro Mártir beach to meet the island, then we performed our last dive of the day. The conditions were ok, water temp 27 C°, moderate current heading E. We enjoyed for last time in San Pedro Mártir of the friendly sea lions, they were very playful with our guests as well. We saw some moray eels, scorpion fish, and different kind of nudibranch. Visibility was not the best 15 to 17 ft.

Right after dinner we started our way to Bahia de los Ángeles. Today we performed a dive in Punta Don Juan, visibility was around 35 ft, water temp: 27 C°, very light current heading North. The black coral was beautiful, we encountered with a lot of nudibranchs, some bulls eye popper fish, bullseye electric ray, big leopard groupers, blue spotted jawfish, and barnacles blennis.

After we finished we moved right away to inside of the Bahia, the pangas were ready at 0900 in the area and we started the whale shark adventure. Our guests just came back and we enjoyed at least of 4 different whale sharks, 2 juveniles that were very friendly and they stayed more time in the surface as well. We could see a group of mobulas and we tried to snorkel with them but they did not want to play and on the way back to the Ship a group of dolphins.

The day has been good, and now we are ready for the 2nd session.

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