Captain’s Noon Reports – Belle Amie – 2024-02-10

18.46.679N – 111.02.850W anchored in 120Ft in Punta Tosca. Is another one of those cloudy days, wind feels cold in fact is 74F, compare to ocean which is 78F, we have 12kts NW winds gusting to 18kts, very long period 8Ft NW swell, today we have a light current running to the east, visibility is averaging 70Ft.

PUNTA TOSCA has some really good diving today, first dive surprised divers with a pod of playful dolphins and a total of four mantas.  Second dive had couple of hammerhead sharks a turtles and some of the diver enjoyed a hawksbill turtle, some found a sedna nudibranch and that was a plus, of course they are not looking for small stuff but they love seeing them.

One more dive here and we will heading for the navy to do the inspection.

By Noon Reports

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

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