Captain’s Noon Reports – Belle Amie – 2024-03-08

19.17.784N – 110.48.607 anchor in 50FT of water, is a beautiful day, 8kts NE wind, long 2Ft NW swell, air temperature is 76F water is 78F, visibility is 100FTt, clear skies, moderate current running to the west.

The dives have been magic, loads and loads of fish at The Canyon, the cleaning station at the canyon is a parade of sharks, from hammerheads to Galapagos and silver tips. The highlight of the sharks have been the tiger sharks, yes at least two different tigers around the cleaning station, two mantas zipped by, one stayed with divers and that made them happy.

In first dive the dolphins came and stayed for the entire dive, it was a huge pod and they were just playing with the divers, people loved the interaction.

Then we have the humpbacks, they been leaping out of the water many times, then they approached the boat, we had to be very firm cause many of the guests wanted to get in the water and interact, they were super close to us.

Then in the second dive they were all over the site, at the end I got frustrated cause having all divers in the water, the whales being that close, water so clear and nobody saw them.

Is just the game of the scuba dive world. Is the beauty of it. We have two more dives, here is our last day of diving, guests are happy.

By Noon Reports

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

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