Captain’s Noon Reports – Belle Amie – 2023-11-14

Guests and crew doing great, only Uriel has a sore throat

18.59.528N – 112.04.935W, anchor resting in 250ft of water, today air temperature is 82f, 12kts of NE winds, the ocean is 84f, long 6ft NE swell, the wind waves are the problem, today visibility averages 85ft.

All hands on deck making sure guests are safe, once out of the dive platform skiff and guests are good. There is a strong current running to the east and clear skies for the most part. Dolphins are the star of the dives, also some mantas come and go, and they just don’t want to play.

However, the rock has a lot of life in the surrounding areas, silkies are around the boat, yellowfin tunas zipped around the diver the schooling horse-eyed jacks, and the cotton mouth jacks are around.

So far they liked the dives even with the more difficult conditions.

By Noon Reports

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

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