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  • Captains Noon Report – Belle Amie

    Location: roca partida, 18.59.38N – 112.05.06W
    Status: anchored in 220Ft of water
    Weather: 6-8 kts nw winds, cloudy day, current running from the NE, visibility today averaged 80FT, water temperature is about 78F

    Guests happy with the first dive as they saw lots of sharks and three mantas were around letting divers get close. The highlight has been the humpback whales making full breaches and swimming just yards away from the Belle……. we have a swell of about 6Ft and the boat rolls a bit here and there. We are sharing the site with valentina, rocio del mar, solmar V, and southern sport. All guests and crew happy.
    – Capt. Beto

  • Captains Noon Report – Undersea

    Location: Lat 19 19.76 N Long 110 48.6W
    Status: At Anchor at Boiler. 34 meters deep
    Weather: N winds 6-8 kts, seas 4-6 fts. Clear skies,Water temp 75 Vis 70-80ft Moderate current to NW

    Yesterday there was a lot of excitement in the afternoon dives in the Canyon, our passengers have really enjoyed the trip and the dives they have done so far. We will move to Boiler tomorrow. Chevrons Mantas, hammerheads, Galapagos, Silvers Tips and dolphins. Today in the morning in the two dives in the Boiler, again our passengers have enjoyed watching large numbers of chevron mantas, black mantas, Galapagos, tiger shark and always with a big smile in his mouth of so much happiness.
    – Capt. Adrian

  • Captains Noon Report – Undersea

    Location: Lat. 19 17.65N, Long 110 48.44 W.
    Status: At anchorage at the Canyon. 78 meters deep.
    Weather: Wind 2-3 kts, seas calm. Water Temp 76F, Vis 70-80 fts, Current NE.

    Yesterday was an incredible day of diving for our guests, in the afternoon they observed a variety of species including: 5 hammerheads, silvertips school, 30 jacks, 3 chevron mantas, 10 galapagos and, 8 dolphins. The divers are happy to be in this wonderful place. We had the boats, Rocio del mar, solmar, and a private sailboat. Today in the morning the day began cold and windy calm, in the two dives we observed many species of fish, including Galapagos, Dolphins, Silvertips, chevrons mantas, white tips, hammerheads, dusky sharks and one Whale close the boat. All the passengers after every dive, enjoy it more and more. All the crew are happy and the passengers are enjoying much of San Benedicto. Today we will be at the Canyon performing the 4th dive and at night we will be sailing to Socorro.
    – Captain Adrian

  • Captains Noon Report – Belle Amie

    Location: at the canyon 19.17.49N – 110.48.40W
    Status: sitting in 65FT of water,
    Weather: light winds at anchor, cloudy skies

    This morning we did the boiler and now we are here for the afternoon dives, the boiler was really good for us as the dive delivered pure adrenaline meaning the action was good with three mantas and two whale sharks, also few white tip sharks, a silver tip and a galapagos and lots of other fish, the site came alive as the current is bringing loads of nutrients to the rock and the fish go crazy.
    – Capt. Beto

  • Captains Noon Report – Undersea

    Location: Lat. 19 17.64N, Long 110 48.45 W.
    Status: At anchorage at the Canyon. 80 meters deep
    Weather: Wind 6-8 kts, seas 2-4 fts W, Water Temp 76F, Vis 70-80 fts, Current east

    Yesterday was an incredible day of diving for our customers, in the afternoon they observed a variety of species including: very large hammerheads, silvertips school, jacks, chevron mantas, black mantas, galapagos, silkies and eel. vis.60-70 fts, water temp 78F The divers are happy to be in this wonderful place. we had the boats, Rocio del mar, Valentina, solmar, Explorer and a private sailboat. The dives have been good and tidy. Today in the morning the day began cold and windy, in the two dives we were observed many species of fish, including Galapagos, Dolphins, Silvertips, black mantas, chevrons mantas, white tips, hammerheads, Jacks school. Our passengers every dive enjoy it more and more. All guests and crew are happy.
    – Capt. Adrian

  • Captains Noon Report – Belle Amie

    Location: Cabo pearce today, 18.46.65N – 110.54.54W
    Status: sitting 110FT of water
    Weather: cloudy skies, 5 kts nw winds, strong current coming from the NW, visibility 60Ft, water temperature averaged 76,

    good action for the morning dives, we had dolphins, mantas, galapagos, silver tip shark (one), few white tip sharks, lobsters, scorpion fish and a lot more, good diving is just the current that makes it a bit challenging. All guests and crew doing good.
    – Capt. Beto

  • Captains Noon Report – Explorer

    Location: Cuevitas/ Manta Highway, San Benedicto
    Weather: Wind NW 10-15 Swell WNW 1-3 Vis 60-80ft Water Temp 78f

    We went to Cuevitas in the morning for one dive because we came last to the dive site. Dive One- vis was not great due to swell. guests were able to see a manta pass by, some lobster, torpedo rays in the sand. Second dive we braved the armada and it was really worth it. It wasn’t what we saw as a whole but what each group saw!!! First group – Three mantas, turtle and a big whale sharks swimming over head. The guests were screaming with excitement at the end of the dive. Second Group – two individual tiger sharks. Nico our DM said that it was the largest shark he has seen after a whale shark. they were also lucky enough to see another tiger and hammer heads. Third Group – 6 hammer heads, dusky shark, a manta and four turtles!!!! This charter has been filled with so many things to see. We have had everything you can possibly see on this trip aside from the humpback whales in the area. There was even a rumor of a juvenile great white as well at Roca. Guests are alive with excitement which has been the case the entire week. All dives have produced good sightings.
    – Capt. Lowel