Captain’s Noon Reports – Belle Amie – 2023-11-28

18.59.473N – 112.04.890, the boat anchored in 245ft, is a beautiful day out, 12kts NW wind gusting to 18KTS.

This morning we had a strong current in the first dive, the current was running down to the south. In the second dive, the current stopped, the air temperature was 82 same as the water, and visibility averaged 75ft, today the surge is a killer we have an 8 to 12ft NW swell.

With the wind waves and swell the dive platform is just overwhelming for some of the guests, the crew is helping and keeping things under control.

So far, we are doing okay, the weather is getting a bit better. The dives have been good, dolphins in the first dive, friendly manta in the second dive, loads of sharks in the north corner, the horse-eyed jacks, the cottonmouth, the yellowfin tunas the wahoo, and a lot more.

By Noon Reports

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

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