Captain’s Noon Reports – Belle Amie – 2024-02-19

Roca Partida 18.59.464N – 112.04.922W, vessel anchored in 245FT of water, today weather is pretty nice, blue skies, 8kts NW winds, 10FT NW swell with long period. Belle sits just fine, back deck is no problem to bring guests in and out of the skiffs.

Today Roca is good morning dive delivered some good action with dolphins and a manta that wanted to play and stayed with the guests for their entire dive. Water looks little greener; reef is loaded with action and guests are excited to be here. Air temperature is 75F ocean is 73F, visibility averages 50Ft.

The north corner has some of the white tip reef sharks just circling around along with a Galapagos sharks and the silver tips are not around today, the cotton mouth jacks and horse eyed jacks are around and kind of playing a little game going up and down, they look happy playing.

Today the humpback whales are around there are few groups we can see them east, south and north of the Rock, diver report the singing is loud and constant in both dives. That keeps them hoping for the whales to come to the site, fingers are crossed.

Yesterday in our third dive in Cabo Pearce a pod of 8 dolphins came to the site to play. Guests went crazy and some kept saying BEST DIVE EVER….

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

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