Captain’s Noon Reports – Belle Amie – 2023-12-01

19.17.803N – 110.48.594W boat anchored in 45ft of water, we are diving the Canyon today, we arrived here last night but there were two boats here already so is most likely three dives for us.

The diving is just amazing, the cleaning station and the weather conditions for the morning dives have been very good, flat seas light wind k, skies with a mix of whites and blues, no current very good visibility of 100ft, and water temperature is 82, the air is the same, the weather is picking up a little so we will see for the afternoon.

But the marine life is incredible guests with jaws to the floor talking about how good of a dive this place is. Among all the reef fish they have seen tiger sharks, dolphins, schooling hammers, silver tips, white tip reef sharks, and silkies. Galapagos are very friendly mantas. Diving is good guests cheering for our last day of diving. LIFE IS GOOD. Yesterday on our last dive of the day one of the groups had an amazing time with two mantas, they kept coming and interacting with them. One of the divers was celebrating his BIRTHDAY once on the skiff someone said WELL IS YOUR BIRTHDAY THAT IS WHY MANTAS CAME TO PLAY. He started crying, then his girlfriend then her friend then the next person, and so on until everyone in the skiff was crying. It was a very special and touching moment.

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

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