Captain’s Noon Reports – Belle Amie – 2024-02-25

18.46.630N – 110.54.526W, anchor in 110FT.

Today is our Manta day, Cabo Pearce is delivering so far the best dives of the week, no matter where you look you will see a manta. Best part is seeing the manta around the boat feeding, you get in the water and the mantas are there cleaning or just hanging around that makes me think there has to be at least a dozen or even more.

Water is nice 78F same as air, visibility is 100Ft, first dive current was little then it picked up and now is really going and is running to the south, clear skies light NW breeze, calm seas.

It is a perfect day, not to mention the humpback whales swimming between Belle and the island. Guests are super happy and wishing to have the whales to come and pay a visit in the dive site.

Apart from that some of the photographers are having a great time in the cleaning station watching how the mantas get cleaned by the clarion angel fish and taking pictures of the action. Some have also seen hammerheads a whole school they say, along with Galapagos and the reef white tip sharks

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

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