Saturday, May 31st

2 blue whales! Naturalist Jeremy’s first of the season! This is great news for the upcoming summer. Although we aren’t seeing them everyday right now, their numbers should be increasing steadily off of the San Diego coastline.

Friday, May 30th

A very rare morning on the Privateer–just a handful of cetaceans spotted– six inshore bottlenose dolphins in the Mission Bay channel. Weather was beautiful, seas calm, quite a few bait balls consisting of very small anchovies and lots of elegant terns and...

Thursday, May 29th

Several bait balls consisting of small anchovies attracted at least 600 common dolphins, shearwaters, terns, gulls and sea lions. Guests and crew enjoyed being in the midst of their feeding frenzy. A little further out we encountered another school of about 150 active...

Tuesday May 27th

We had a gloomy May Gray day out on the water but that didn’t stop the animals from coming out to play! In the morning we saw dolphins upon dolphins starting with inshore bottlenose dolphins just outside the channel, 100 offshore bottlenose dolphins out to sea,...

Monday, May 26th

Fantastic weather and wildlife out there today! In the morning we saw two separate groups of common dolphins totaling more than 700 individuals as well as one very young northbound gray whale! This gray appeared to be very small, perhaps a “yearling”...
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