Friday, March 1, 2024

Cheers to the start of an epic weekend on the Privateer! For our afternoon trip, we found a pod of ~100 long-beaked common dolphins about 2 miles from shore. We went a little further northwest and found a spread out pod of ~50 short-beaked common dolphins. On our sunset trip, we headed out west and quickly spotted a bushy spout less than 2 miles offshore. We spent multiple breaths cycles with our Grey whale friend. It even raised their flukes multiple times indicating a deeper dive. Then, we encountered a pod of ~100 long-beaked common dolphins. They approached our boat as we were waiting for the Grey whale to resurface. We headed out west past the drop -off before heading back in towards Mission Bay. On our way back to shore, we most likely encountered the same pod of ~100 long-beaked common dolphins. Please stay tuned for more ocean fun this weekend.

Naturalists,
Ryan & Melissa

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