Captain’s Noon Reports – Belle Amie – 2023-11-29

18.46.665N – 110.54.610W, anchor sits in 100ft of water today, wind and swell are strong, the swell breaks on the shoreline with a thunder-like sound, the boat rocks with at the same rhythm CABO PEARCE is very good today but the weather conditions are not the best.

The dive however is pretty impressive, with loads of mantas, some of the guests have seen a handful of hammerheads, Galapagos are in the area, the white tip reef sharks are a bit active today, and a group saw a tiger shark. Some of the divers have seen dolphins but they are just cruising. I saw them on the surface hunting so they do not want to interact with the divers.

The wind was strong this morning making 14 plus knots NE, Swell is 6ft NE. air temperature is 84 same as the ocean, visibility averages 75ft, light current in the first dive strong current in the second dive running to the south. Inside the bay looks calm but still, we rock and roll. Outside the ocean is a bit complicated because of the wind.

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

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