Captain’s Noon Reports – Belle Amie – 2024-02-08

18.46.621N – 110.54.570W anchored in 110Ft, we are diving Cabo Pearce, today is a beautiful day sun is out and weather conditions are improving for the best, yesterday afternoon we had lots of rain and wind started to gust to over 15kts, today is different.

Wind is lying down; waves are 2ft NW wind is doing 8kts NW. Ocean water temperature is 76F same as wind.

First dive was good but not exciting, however second dive had some very good action with big schools of hammerheads and few mantas that are just cruising by. So far mantas have not been friendly, a dolphin cruised by too and only a handful of people saw it.

The highlight for the morning was the whale and calf swimming between the two boats diving Cabo Pearce that is keeping everyone hoping they come back and in the dive. Yesterday the Canyon was super-hot, the dive there was loaded with tons of fish the action was amazing, schools of hammerheads, the cleaning station was full of all kinds of shark and manta rays. I have already guests coming to me asking me to take the boat back to the canyon.

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

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