Captain’s Noon Reports – Belle Amie – 2024-05-06

18.46.667N – 110.54.607W anchored in 105ft of water, we are diving Cabo Pearce today.

Inside the bay wind is doing 8kts, very long 6ft swell, air temperature is 76, same as water, they say they had a light current running south in the first dive then it shifted going opposite in the second dive, visibility varies in some spots is 45FT and if you get to close to the island the surge makes visibility lower.

They had loads of manta action in the first dive but then after the surge picked up the mantas didn’t want to be any closer to the divers. In the first dive, some of the divers had interaction with dolphins and they liked it, some have seen hammers, a Galapagos shark, white tip reef sharks, and the usual cast of reef fish.

Outside the bay wind is a lot stronger 16kts, and we can see white caps from the boat. Cloudy skies. Hopefully, surge calms down so they can enjoy this pace even more.

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

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