Captain’s Noon Reports – Belle Amie – 2024-05-14

Anchored in Cabo Pearce, 18.46.653N – 110.54.555W, anchor resting in 110FT of water, is been windy since we got here yesterday after the navy inspection. Wind at the moment is doing 16kts NW, it doesn’t feel that strong inside the bay, waves are 3 to 4 ft, outside the bay inside is nice and flat, air temperature is 76 same as the ocean, there is a strong current running to the south, visibility averages 70ft, clear skies.

Guests have seen so far dolphins, mantas rays, some hammerheads, huge Galapagos, and the white tip reef sharks not to mention all the reef fish roaming the site. They say the yellowfin tunas come in big packs looks like they are hunting and moving fast.

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

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