Captain’s Noon Reports – Belle Amie – 2024-04-30

We are on our way to Cabo San Lucas. We still have another 120 NM to go, our speed is 7kts, we have NW wind doing 10kts, long period 4Ft swell, and cloudy skies, boat is doing great in this weather.

Yesterday afternoon dive provided us with some good action including false killer whales and loads of yellowfin tunas. The balconies were loaded with white-tip reef sharks, a school of bonitos kept coming by, and a huge school of rainbow runners showed up at the end of the dive just before we broke the surface.

I went for a dive and I had never seen so many wahoo together they were swimming along with the yellowfin tunas probably on the hunt. The horse-eyed jack were getting in pairs ready to mate the silver male turned black already trying hard to get the ladies’ attention. Visibility was good all day.

Guests relaxing and packing we have a small group this week so almost no dive stuff out by now.

The guests and crew doing fantastic.

By Noon Reports

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

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