Captain’s Noon Reports – Belle Amie – 2023-11-04

18.59.393N – 112.04.919W diving Roca Partida, anchored in 245ft of water. Since we got here this morning wind had picked up, is now doing 16kts, swell is 6ft NW. Wind waves are the ones giving us a little extra work, they are to NW, back deck is good, crew keeping things under control, air temperature is 82f.

This morning so far ocean is 84f very warm, current is running to the west. It was mild in first dive but then for the second dive became a struggle for some of the guests, some of them are not that experienced. We are keeping extra eyes on them.

The sea life has been amazing, dolphins the whole dive in first dive along with at least five different mantas, wahoo, silver tips, silkies, white tip reef shark, the jacks, and a lot more. The second dive had just about the same without the dolphins.

All guests having great dives.

Emily the new engineer stormed into the bridge this morning surprise and happy to see all the penguins flying around the boat………… I must admit I tried hard to stop from laughing but no success. I explained her they were all booby birds……..

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