Captain’s Noon Reports – Belle Amie – 2023-11-12

18.46.597N – 110.54.623W diving Cabo Pearce, anchored in 100ft of water, today is been a funny day, it rains then stops then it rains some more. Wind is from the 10 kts NE, air temperature is 80f, today water is 82f, light current to the north in first dive and almost no current in second. Visibility averages 50ft, lots of good manta action, including dolphins that cruised by in both dives.

Guests enjoyed the water and the action some of them came up talking about an octopus who wanted to interact with other fish. Yesterday in the afternoon dives two of the groups saw a school of over 50 hammerhead sharks, and others had an interesting interaction with a tiger shark that circled the divers a few times to then disappear out in the blue.

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

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