Captain’s Noon Reports – Belle Amie – 2024-06-01

Diving Punta Tosca, 18.46.635N – 111.46.637W, anchor sitting in 130FT of water, we have 8kts of NW winds clear skies, air temperature is 75F, water is 76F, visibility is varying with the current.

First dive no current, second dive current running to the west, loads of silt because of the big surge very long 4ft NW swell, visibility average 50 to 60 Ft,

First dive they went for 45 minutes without the pelagic but loads of fish, octopus, and eels but not big stuff, as soon as the first diver put his nose out of the water the dolphins showed up some went back in and had a nice interaction with them.

Second dive had friendly mantas and more fish, we are gonna make one more dive then navy base.

Yesterday in the fourth dive of the day the last groups of divers got to see and interact with dolphins the entire dive, they loved it. In mother nature, for you to see stuff you need to be relax, spend as much time in the water as possible and be positive….

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

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