Captain’s Noon Reports – Belle Amie – 2024-03-06

18.46.592N – 110.54.534W, boat anchor in 110ft of water, it was dead calm this morning but now wind is picking up and the surface is getting 1 footer waves all from NW. Clear skies, inside the bay in Cabo Pearce is nice, is a beautiful day. We offered the water toys to see if we get any buyers.

Air temperature is 78, water today has different temperatures depending on how deep you are on the top is 78F down in 60 ft water is 73F.

Diving has been really nice first dive with a current running to the NE, a 15FT layer of nice warm and clear water but if you were deeper than the condition change, greenish cold water down there.

Second dive visibility change and averaging 50Ft. So far in the dive guests have seen schooling hammerheads, dolphins and mantas, mantas were happy and interacting in the second dive but not in first dive. Dolphins were hunting and playing with HUMPBACK WHALES on the surface so they were not interested in divers.

But in the second dive they came and played with the divers and they are happy. There is a school of bonitos and oceanic black tips are hunting on them, is a happy day with happy divers.

By Noon Reports

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

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