Captain’s Noon Reports – Belle Amie – 2024-02-17

18.46.691N – 111.02.892W, anchored in 120Ft of water. Today we are diving Punta Tosca, wind is picking up and already doing 12kt NW, flat seas.

First and second dive have been good we just came out of second dive and few of the divers keep saying that was their best dive of their lives.

Second dive had loads of manta action and divers loved the interaction with the pelagic. It was funny to see how some of the guests hit the surface without knowing as they were just swimming along with the mantas that kept coming up and down just playing with the divers.

Some saw couple of Galapagos sharks, a handful of hammerheads, a big green turtle a school of yellow fin tuna, few dolphins came and just cruised by.

Today visibility is good averaging 80Ft, water temperature is 75 same as air, big long 4 Ft swell, clear skies with a nice bright sun guests are happy.

By Noon Reports

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

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