Captain’s Noon Reports – Belle Amie – 2023-11-30

18.46.752N – 111.02.796W anchor rests at 97ft in Punta Tosca, last night after dinner we moved from Cabo Pearce to Tosca, and we had an amazing restful night. Tosca is very calm, we had no wind and flat seas, today wind is been picking up, now doing 18kts of NW steady winds.

Still ocean is nice and flat, the air temperature is 82f ocean is the same, visibility today averages 100ft of nice clear water, little current running to the west cloudy skies with loads of blues.

Guests are happy with the weather conditions, the dive is been amazing they say, with dolphins, playful mantas, hammerhead sharks, lots of white-tip reef sharks, dusky sharks, silver tips, silkies, and tons of other reef fish including a small turtle. Yesterday on the last dive in CaboPearce dolphins showed up and they wanted to play with the guests. They say the dolphins would come up close right to divers’ faces, they did with each and every one on the groups

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

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