Captain’s Noon Reports – Belle Amie – 2024-05-04

18.59.446N – 112.04.924W, anchor resting in 245FT of water, is a cloudy day, for a few minutes sun was out but then the clouds came again. We had some strong wind this morning around 16 kts but now it is 10kts NW, big long period waves 7Ft NW.

The dives have been good but not exciting, loads of the white tip reef sharks in the first dive, the second dive had more white tips, some silver tips, and tons of the cotton mouth jack the horse eyed jacks are everywhere.

Then towards the end of the dive dolphins came cruising by, they say there were at least 15 dolphins in the pod.

The first dive had the current running to the north then it shifted in the second dive and now is running west, visibility is 80ft, water temperature is 75F, air temperature is 74F. Yesterday after the second dive we moved to the Boiler and both dives were really good, at least 4 mantas spending a lot of time with the guests, some hammerhead sharks and the big tiger shark, guests loving their time.

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

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