Looks like our luck came early this year! There was no need for a four leaf clover onboard today! During our morning trip, we saw ~100 scattered Long-beaked common dolphins. We also saw lots of bird activity this morning. We saw large flocks of seabirds; a mixture of California brown pelicans, western gulls and elegant terns. During our afternoon trip, we found a pair of Fin whales! Fin whales are the second largest mammal on Earth! Can you guess which is the largest mammal? Hint: they live in the ocean! The 2 Fin whales were circling around our boat and playing follow-the-leader. We also encountered a small pod of Long-beaked common dolphins during our afternoon trip.

We had an absolutely beautiful sunset this evening! We encountered a scattered MEGA pod of Long-beaked common dolphins past the drop-off. They were making massive jumps and followed our boat for a few miles as they surfed in our wake! Always an amazing time on the water. Can’t wait for you to join us!


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