It was a B-E-A-U-TIFUL day on the Pacific. The conditions were ideal, as we had impeccable visibility and a calm ocean. It took a lot of searching but the enormous splashes from energetic Common Dolphins finally broke the cetacean silence! A pod of ~250 Common Dolphins bow-rode, surfed and launched out of the water in all directions. We even spotted a few calves and pregnant females! With each and every pass through the pod, the dolphins were eager to interact with our boat. If you missed out on the boat this morning but would like to go whale watching, our sister company is hosting another Sunset Dolphin/Whale Watch tour this evening at 3:30 pm. There is plenty of room on the boat tonight so book your seat NOW