Captain’s Noon Reports – Belle Amie – 2024-04-19

18.46.663N – 110.54.665W, anchor in 100Ft of water, today is a beautiful day, I can’t see a single cloud, nice 6kts NW breeze, and little 1ft NW waves.

We are diving Cabo Pearce, Air temperature is 76F, water just about the same, and visibility today averages 60Ft, down deep they can see how the water changes and is a little murkier and colder.

The action is there, loads and loads of mantas, in the first dive they also had dolphins, and guests were enjoying the place, they also saw a huge yellow-fin tuna zipping around looking for something to eat.

Some of the divers pay attention to the white-tip reef sharks. The thing is by now they aren’t noticed anymore as they are pretty common and they are always around so some of the guests overlook the white tips.

Inside the bay, conditions are good only a little breeze and flat ocean. In the dives the current is light. Yesterday in third and fourth dives they saw the whale shark, some say the whale shark was huge.

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

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