Captain’s Noon Reports – Belle Amie – 2023-12-13

19.17.754N – 110.48.617W, anchor resting in 50ft of water.

This morning our guests dove Leather Bass Alley; the dive went well some guests had to adjust their weights then off they went.

Just before the dive and while briefing the guests, a pod of dolphins came under the boat they were hunting on the horse-eyed jacks that come to hide on the boat’s shadow and hunting on the little fish.

In the check dive, some of the divers were able to see them along with some white-tip sharks and loads of the tropical fish we have here.

The second dive we did was the Canyon and they also enjoyed it very much. They said THE SHARKY DIVE, cleaning station was loaded with Galapagos sharks, silver tips and the white-tip reef sharks, and a handful of hammers. Today the wind was calm at sunrise but after that, it picked up some and now is doing 8 to 10 kts NE, ocean has some 1ft ripples, cloudy skies, air temperatures is 80f and water is 79f, visibility averages 50ft light

By Noon Reports

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

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *