Sunday, March 15th

Sunday, March 15th

Seems like everyone in San Diego county had the same idea today – to beat the 90-degree heat out on the Pacific! Due to popular demand, we ran both the Privateer and the Eclipse in order to allow even more passengers to experience the gray whale migration...
Saturday, March 14th

Saturday, March 14th

We were hot today! I’m not just talking about the weather… We had an amazing day with sightings including 5 northbound traveling gray whales, about 300 common dolphins, 20 or so pacific white sided dolphins, and about 10 inshore bottlenose dolphins....
Friday, March 13th

Friday, March 13th

Sunny skies and calm conditions made the morning trip fabulous…the afternoon trip got a little windy and made it difficult to find our large friends. We did see one northbound gray whale on our afternoon trip and a few common dolphins. The morning trip was...
Thursday, March 12th

Thursday, March 12th

Captain Mark was at the helm today for our one and only trip…but it was a great one! Conditions were right and the sun was out as we came out of the jetties to find our first 2 gray whales. It only took us 5 minutes! We stayed with these for a while, then headed...
Wednesday, March 11th

Wednesday, March 11th

We had a foggy morning, but that didn’t stop us from finding four gray whales – three northbound and one undetermined. The first one that we found was very close to shore in just 70 feet of water. As it went down for a dive, it displayed some kelp from the...