Captain’s Noon Reports – Belle Amie – 2024-02-26

18.46.599N – 110.54.541W, anchored in 120FT of water today we are diving MANTA HEAVEN.

There is no way for me with the little English I know to describe what guests and DG are having on their dives… is just overwhelming and so satisfying to see the guests this happy and talking on how great the dive was.

Not only MANTAS, they saw dolphins, whale singing, a school of 50 plus hammerheads some had a blast with a turtle and the whole reef and fish in it, today. Cabo Pearce is just amazing.

Visibility averages 80Ft, water temperature is 76F, air temperature is 78F. At first morning light, the sky was full of cloud that had vanished and now the sun is the one ruling the sky, the current is there.

I told them last night in my evening briefing ¨we just had full moon and current is going to be everywhere¨ so be ready to deal with it, talk to your guide so they can find sheltered places in the reef. Flat seas light breeze, weather cannot be better.

Guests are happy and having a great time

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

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