Captain’s Noon Reports – Belle Amie – 2024-07-03

Belle Amie anchored on the east side of Roca Partida alongside the Explorer. Gorgeous conditions out here right now. The gentlest of breezes out of the north, a long period NW/SE swell of around 3ft, sky is about 7/8’s cloud cover with the sun peeking through occasionally.

Under the surface just as beautiful, a very mild current, water temp 24C, viz a beautiful blue 25m plus in most places with some occasional murky spots.

2 dives done here so far and both very nice. Lots of silver-tips, silkies and white-tips around, an oceanic black-tip, some big yellow-fin tunas, and a big school of bonitos, as well as schools of jacks. Guests enjoying the diving and the warmer water.

Two more dives here then off to San Benedicto to dive the Boiler for out last day tomorrow. Watching the storm closely in case the forecast worsens.

By Noon Reports

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

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