Captain’s Noon Reports – Belle Amie – 2023-12-24

18.46.649N – 110.54.654W anchored in Cabo Pearce. The day is beautiful now, this morning it was raining, then the sky opened then it rained some more and now again the sky is open letting sunlight in. We are inside the bay there is a long 4ft SE swell. The boat keeps rolling not much we can do about it. Light winds’ air temperature is 82f same as the ocean.

The dive has been good, with mantas cruising by, loads of dolphins in both of the dives, some of the divers have seen hammerheads, and one of the groups saw a tiger shark. Visibility is 80ft. The current is the issue today; it runs to the NE and it is strong. Divers doing good with it but is not easy to move around the dive site with the current. Yesterday in the last dive of the day in Punta Tosca, divers saw a tiger shark two friendly mantas more dolphins, and a tiger shark, after that, we moved to the navy did the inspection with no issues then we anchored here.

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

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