Thursday, January 15th

Captain Cristin was at the helm of the Privateer today as we went out searching for our southbound gray whale buddies. We were not disappointed! We saw 22 gray whales! We stayed in close (about 3 miles from shore, and 250 feet deep) on the first trip. We ended up...

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Wednesday, January 14th

Captain Steve AND Captain Adam led the charge today in finding our passengers a total of 24 southbound traveling gray whales! We had some close encounters with a few as they were a little preoccupied with some courtship behavior. There were a few nice groups of 5 or...

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Tuesday, January 13th

This morning we had the pleasure of providing a group of 5th graders a field trip to remember! We saw two adult gray whales and 12 Pacific white-sided dolphins that played near the boat in very clear water for quite a while. In the afternoon we found six more gray...

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Monday, January 12th

What a difference a day makes! After rain and fog yesterday, today was a clear and sunny day out on a glassy Pacific! Just one trip today, but we saw quite a bit of a variety - birds, sea lions, a harbor seal, 20 Pacific white-sided dolphins, and two adult southbound...

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Sunday, January 11th

We left the dock in high spirits this morning despite the rain and fog! Within the first 20 minutes we spotted three different species of dolphin - 2 bottlenose dolphins inside the basin, about 20 Pacific white-sided dolphins beyond the jetties, and much to our...

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Saturday, January 10th

Today was all about the babies! In the morning we saw a small pod of Pacific white-sided dolphins that had two mom and calf pairs. As far as whales go, we saw nine gray whales in the morning and while watching the last group, we realized that there was a tiny little...

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Friday, January 9th

It was another astounding day aboard the Privateer! Both 3 hour trips had non-stop wildlife from the time we left, until the boat was tied up at the dock. Captain Cristins instincts were dead on today as she guided our passengers to 23 total southbound gray whales,...

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Thursday, January 8th

It was Captain Cristin again at the helm for a record breaking 3 hour tour. We saw 22 southbound traveling gray whales in ONE trip! Amazing... There were groups traveling together as well as single whales swimming south. We also saw a minke whale for a brief moment...

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Wednesday, January 7th

Today Captain Steve was the one guiding us to the gray whales...all 7 of them on a three hour trip! We also encountered a handful of pacific white sided dolphins, about 3 bottlenose dolphins, and a megapod (over 1000) of common dolphins! We have room on our trips...

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Tuesday, January 6th

Captain Cristin couldn't believe her eyes today. Everywhere she looked, she kept seeing wildlife! It was a fun and wildlife filled day out there aboard the Privateer. We had a total of 17 southbound traveling gray whales, about 500 common dolphins, 50 pacific white...

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Monday, January 5th

The gray whale population has been thriving in recent years, and if what we've been witnessing lately is any indication, that's a trend sure to continue! We've seen more courtship behavior in the last few weeks than we did all last gray whale season! This morning we...

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Sunday, January 4th

We saw another dozen gray whales today! The morning brought three adult whales traveling separately (one juvenile and two large adults). We also saw a small pod of six Pacific white-sided dolphins with yet another calf, but based on the photos, it is a different calf...

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