Captain’s Noon Reports – Belle Amie – 2024-04-20

18.46.668N – 110.54.659W anchor in 100ft of water, we are doing Cabo Pearce. Weather conditions are really good inside the bay, flat seas, light NW breeze, clear skies, air temperature is 76F.

Today water is 75F, there is a very light current running to the south, outside the bay wind is stronger doing 10kts NW, and white caps all over however waves are not big at all is just the wind action making little waves break. Visibility averages 80Ft, the morning.

Dives are loaded with mantas and dolphins, divers loving the interaction with mantas and the dolphins just come to the divers like trying to touch the divers. Some of the guests had to dodge the dolphins in order to keep things relaxed and happy so they can all enjoy the interaction.

They also had the Galapagos and the big school of bonitos. Conditions are perfect, we are going to do one more dive then head to the navy.

By Noon Reports

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

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