Captain’s Noon Reports – Belle Amie – 2024-02-15

19.17.749N – 110.48.585W, anchor resting in 55Ft of water, it is raining today, is been raining since early morning and hasn´t stop at all, there is enough light so we know is day time.

After briefing guests plunged in the water of SanBenedicto from the dive platform. Our check dive was done in Leather Bass alley, loads of fish including a big Galapagos and a huge tiger shark, guests delighted by the number of lobsters.

In the two morning dives we did not have current, lights winds, flat seas, visibility averages 50Ft. In second dive they say when they got in the water visibility was 100Ft but as they moved to the cleaning station water went murky and right in the cleaning station water went back to be clear again.

The place is loaded with shark, silver tips, silkies and some Galapagos, of course white tip reef shark are around then a small pod of dolphins showed up, guests happy with the dives. Water today is 75F same as air.

Guests doing great.

By Noon Reports

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

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