Captain’s Noon Reports – Belle Amie – 2023-12-08

18.46.653N – 110.54.634 We are Diving Cabo Pearce. The day is a beautiful anchor in 100ft of water, the air temperature is 80f, we have 8kts SE winds, and nice and flat seas in the sheltered anchorage, outside the bay waves are not that bad maybe 2-3ft in high NW.

The ocean today is funny, temperature varies depending on where you are, they say temperature comes down to 75f in some of the places, and there is an upwelling so visibility is affected too averaging 40ft.

Manta action is plenty, however, in the first dive one group did not see them then. In the second group, another group did not see them either. The highlight of the dive is the dolphins. In both morning dives they have seen them and that makes divers really happy, The current is a little running to the northeast. Loads of stuff to see underwater but guests are focusing on the big animals…..
Clear skies.

By Noon Reports

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

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