Saturday, May 7th

Saturday, May 7th

I’m so lucky to do what I do, and guests on board the Privateer today were very lucky as well. Morning guests got to see a gray whale cow/calf pair, about 400 common dolphins, as well as a humpback whale feeding. Additionally, lots of birds were enjoying the...
Friday, May 6th

Friday, May 6th

Clouds and rain showers kept some potential guests away; but those willing to “chance it” were greeted with a little bit of rain, a very calm sea, and two humpback whales; one of which we observed feeding, along with California sea lions, well over 100...
Thursday, May 5th

Thursday, May 5th

It looked like the common dolphins were celebrating Cinco de Mayo en mass today…probably 1,000 of them between both cruises. Guests on the morning cruise also observed two adult humpback whales, definitely in feeding mode….but they do have to eat one to...
Wednesday, May 4th

Wednesday, May 4th

Guess what day it is? Hump-daaaay!! Looks like the Humpback Whale we saw on our trip knew what day it was as well, because it let us hang out with it for a while and gave us some awesome looks at its big hump-back! The trip started out with a large, spread out pod of...
Tuesday, May 3rd

Tuesday, May 3rd

Looks like the Humpback Whales are sticking around off the coast of San Diego, and boy are they hungry! The morning trip saw scattered pods of about 500 Common Dolphins that were actively feeding. We also saw a Humpback Whale, mixed in with lots of different birds,...