Captain’s Noon Reports – Belle Amie – 2024-04-29

18.59.432N – 112.04.891W anchor resting in 250Ft, nice day blues and white up in the sky, wind doing 12 kts NW, long period 6Ft swell. Water temperature is 76F, air is 73F, light current running to the SE, visibility is 100 plus feet.

Loads to see underwater, yellowfin tuna all over the place, a huge school of wahoo, the north corner is loaded with white-tip reef sharks some silver tips, a couple of Galapagos, the cotton mouth jacks block the sunlight, same as the horse-eyed jacks, so many of them.

The highlight of the dives was the big pod of dolphins throughout the dive, they came and went, and they were hunting along with the yellowfin tunas.

Guests enjoyed the first two dives, two more, and will be done.

By Noon Reports

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

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