Captain’s Noon Reports – Belle Amie – 2024-01-30

19.19.364N – 110.48-454W, anchored in 55ft of water, we are diving Boiler, our warm up dive was in LEATHER BASS ALLEY, then we moved here.

Second dive was amazing they saw dolphins, Mantas, white tip sharks, some saw a huge tiger sharks, at least 4 meters long they say.

Water today is 76F, air temperature is 78F, cloudy skies for the most part, at times wind blows the clouds away and let the sun shine but after few minutes the clouds come back again.

This morning while we were doing the dive briefing, wind was blowing hard straight from the mountain to the boat I ended up with two kilos of ashes in my eyes……. Could not see anything out of my eyes.

In first dive current was strong running to the east, second dive in Boiler current was pretty light, visibility averages 75Ft of water. Choppy seas. Belle sits well in these conditions, back deck is no problem.

Guests amazed by the Socorro islands, and just now they are all looking out at the whale spouts just around the Boiler…., Crew is doing great

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

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