Captain’s Noon Reports – Belle Amie – 2024-04-27

18.46.632N – 111.02.951, anchored in Punta Tosca.

Good dives today, first and second dives with loads of manta action and interaction.

The first dive had dolphins that wanted to play, divers had a fantastic time, a couple of juvenile Galapagos sharks, tons of lobsters, and white tip reef sharks. For some, the octopus was the highlight and others enjoyed seeing the flounders.

Visibility today is 90ft, light current to the west, the water temperature is 75m air today is 74F and the wind is doing whatever it likes, the forecast is been off the whole week today wind is doing steady14kts and gusting to 25kts NW.

Cloudy skies, at anchorage surface, is nice and flat but I can see from here the white caps out there, I am trying to get an idea on what to do the next two days.

We have on the boat Sally Wharman one of the first women to ever dive the Andrea Doria, she just loved the dives in Punta Tosca, for her the best dive so far, she said.

Guests and crew doing great.

By Noon Reports

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

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