Captain’s Noon Reports – Belle Amie – 2023-11-23

18.59.523N – 112.04.832W, diving Roca Partida. Clear skies light NW winds, long 4-6ft NW swell, boat rocks and rolls with the waves, the back deck is fine just need to pay attention to the waves when loading and offloading guests. Air temperature is 82f, water is 84f today, average visibility is 75ft current running to the East.  

There are loads of little white-tip sharks around we are wondering where all the adult white-tip sharks went. Some of the divers saw silvertip sharks, two silkies, a couple of mantas that cruised by, and loads of other fish like the cotton mouth jacks. The horse-eyed jacks are around and they are mating so you can see the silver and blackjacks swimming together getting ready to mate.

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

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