Captain’s Noon Reports – Belle Amie – 2023-10-11

Good afternoon, everyone, NBA heaving up anchor, vessel secured for sea, starting to make way to Espiritu Santo.

Last night we did a night dive, the dive was full of life. As you go down you realize that you are being observed by thousands of eyes that belong to the small critters that live in the reef. I sense that the guests have the same feeling about that, all of them enjoyed that dive.

Weather at the moment is good, we have SE wind 10-12 kts and calm seas inside Bahía de Los Angeles. We did a morning dive in Punta Pescadero. Dive conditions were 15 meters viz and 27 Celsius for water temperature. Our divers saw staghorn hermit crab, different species of blennies, bullseye puffer fish and we saw fin whales in the distance. At 0900 our guests left the mother ship and started to look for the giants of the sea and after 30 minutes they were in the water swimming with whale sharks. I had the chance to see one just passing by next to the NBA. For the second tour whale sharks where there, and our guests spent the rest of the day snorkeling with them. We spotted a total of six whale sharks.

By Noon Reports

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

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