Friday, February 27th

It was a blustery day out on the open sea, but those who made it out on our first trip were not disappointed! Captain Cristin pointed the Privateer out into the deeper water and found us about 600 common dolphins swimming in a very energetic pod. We stayed with these...

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Thursday, February 26th

After a day of not seeing any gray whales, we were able to find 9 today! We had 5 southbounders for the day, and 4 northbound in the afternoon that were displaying courtship behavior. It was quite a show! Common dolphins abounded as well today as we had about 600...

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Wednesday, February 25th

Dolphins galore today! And 2 sea turtles! We saw more common dolphins than we've seen in a very long time. There were close to 3,000 all swimming in a very dense megapod. They were interacting with the boat and were very inquisitive. We had at least 20 bow riders for...

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Tuesday, February 24th

After having to cancel our trip yesterday due to weather, we were back on the water for two trips today. Between both trips we saw five shy gray whales (four southbound and one northbound yearling), 30 Pacific white-sided dolphins, and a few inshore bottlenose...

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Sunday, February 22nd

I'm often asked by guests, "What do whales and dolphins do if there's a storm?". The answer? They play! Today our morning trip was incredibly fortunate to see two gray southbound juveniles and a megapod (1,000 or more) common dolphins! One of the gray whales breached...

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Saturday, February 21st

Both trips today got to enjoy both baleen whales and dolphins. In the morning we found 3 southbound juvenile gray whales, 20 common dolphins, and one humpback whale - NOT the same humpback whale as yesterday! The afternoon was all about the northbounders, with 8...

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Friday, February 20th

What a day! We saw a total of 16 gray whales, 1 humpback, and about 15 pacific white sided dolphins. We even had a breaching whale on both of our tours today! The whales in the morning were extremely close to shore...we saw them just outside of the jetties. In the...

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Thursday, February 19th

The southbound migration is still going strong with 10 whales spotted today in total, 6 on the morning trip and 4 in the afternoon. Passengers on both trips were surprised when the whales diverted from their predicted course and came up within about 50 yards from our...

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Wednesday, February 18th

We had some nice variety today. In the morning we had a private charter on which we got to welcome a very special family that enjoyed two gray whales, a few Pacific White-Sided dolphins, and one bottlenose dolphin all to themselves. In the afternoon we saw three gray...

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Tuesday, February 17th

The False Killer Whales from yesterday were a tough act to follow, but we had an absolutely fantastic day at sea today! Due to popular demand, we ran two boats today (the Privateer and Eclipse). Between the two of us, in the morning we spotted 12 gray whales (9...

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