Captain’s Noon Reports – Belle Amie – 2024-02-07

19.17.832N – 110.48.513W, anchor in 45Ft of water, today is a cloudy day once in a while a spot of blue sky appears to then vanish behind the insistent clouds. Air temperature today is 76F ocean is 75F, very calm seas, no wind for now, there is a light current to the west, visibility averages 60Ft.

Check dive was conducted from our dive platform guests went in and off they went dive guides helped couple of them with weights but for the most part they did great. After the dive they came up cheering as they all saw mantas………. One group saw tiger shark. Loads of fish loads of lobsters.

Second dive we did the Canyon, they say as soon as they hit the water a squadron of 4 mantas were hanging around, two of the groups stayed with them for the entire dive, others made it over to the cleaning station.

That place was loaded with sharks and more mantas, even the tiger shark showed up again, lots of hammerheads, guests are loving the dives and water, they are happy and want more.

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

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