The rain clouds from yesterday passed quickly, revealing beautiful sunny skies for passengers on both of our trips today. If you count spouts seen in the distance, we spotted 22 gray whales today in total, including several juveniles now that we’re a bit later in the southbound migration. We also saw a mother and calf briefly and a breaching whale in the afternoon! The real treat of today, however, was a common dolphin megapod in the morning! It’s been a while since we had a group this large and active!

Tomorrow there will be a private field trip in the morning, so we will only offer an afternoon trip for the general public. Make sure you book now!

Erin

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