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

18.46.625N – 111.02.985W anchor in 125ft of water today we are diving Punta Tosca. Weather conditions are nice strong wind but flat seas big change from the last two days, guests are happy.

Wind at this very second is doing 10kts NW flat seas cloudy skies, air temperature is 75F, water today is 73F. Visibility is about 40Ft. Loads of fish but not many pelagic, few talk about the baby Galapagos shark.

In first dive one of the groups saw one hammerhead shark, a huge tiger shark they say, in second dive they saw a manta just cruising by. One more dive then navy base.

Yesterday in last dive I decided to go for a dive, we saw dolphins, yellowfin tunas, silver tips, three mantas (two chevron one black), huge school of rainbow runners. The highlight was to see a dolphin rushing to the reef and beat the heck out of a white tip shark, why did the dolphin did it? I HAVE NO IDEA I never seen that before.

By Noon Reports

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

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