Captain’s Noon Reports – Belle Amie – 2024-05-19

19.17.767N – 110.48.548W anchor resting in 60F of water, wind is doing it´s thing, gusting to 14kts with 6 constant kts NW, nice and flat seas, air temperature is 72F, water is 76F, blue skies.

First dive was done from the dive platform, visibility was not that good but towards the end a nice mild current brought us clear blue water in second dive visibility was 80ft,

In second dive all groups started shallow to then move to the cleaning station to find the site full of sharks, Galapagos, silver tips and some hammerheads were in the menu. Nico our DG says he recognized three different Mantas.

Just now while I was getting my wind speed readings a manta ray went by really close to the boat, guests pretty excited. One of the guests was almost crying because she just saw her first manta and she says it was huge, the magic of the ¨SOCORRO ISLANDS¨.

Today we are having easy and exciting dives for all of us. We made it just on time this morning we dropped anchor at 05:30, so far so good.

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

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