Captain’s Noon Reports – Belle Amie – 2024-05-25

19.17.773N – 110.48.553W, boat anchored at the Canyon, NW 10kts winds, very long 2ft NW swell, air temperature is 73F, water today is 68F, close to the surface rises up to 72F.

First dive with no current second dive current started to run to the west. Cloudy skies, visibility averages 75FT. First dive was really good a pod of dolphins came and stayed with divers for most of their dive, cleaning station was loaded with sharks, silver tips, Galapagos, white tip reef sharks, and some silkies.

The highlight was the schooling hammerheads that kept coming around the cleaning station. Dolphins were after the school of cotton mouth jacks, among the dolphins there was this baby so small makes want to take it home.

Guests very excited about all the sharks they have seen today.

By Noon Reports

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

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