Friday, January 24, 2020Sightings:AM TRIP:6 Gray Whales 10 Pacific white sided dolphins
January 23, 2020 sightings:AM 6 Inshore Bottlenose Dolphins4 Gray Whales (with countless others in the distance!)25 Pacific White-Sided Dolphins20 Common DolphinsPM4 Inshore Bottlenose Dolphins5 Gray Whales (including one newborn calf!)15 Pacific White-Sided Dolphins
Sightings: AM Trip:2 Gray whales20 Commons25 Pacific white sided dolphins PM Trip:6 Gray whales25 Pacific white sided dolphins
January 19, 2020 sightingsAM: 5 southbound Gray Whales including one newborn calf! 6 Common Dolphins PM:1 southbound Gray Whale1 California Sea Lion feeding on a Leopard Shark!
Sightings: Gray Whales-9Pacific white sided dolphins-30Common dolphins-80
5 southbound Gray Whales! 3 of the 5 whales were seen interacting with one another and briefly rolling around near shore! We spotted zero dolphins this afternoon but we'll be on the lookout tomorrow on our 12:00 PM trip.
January 13, 2020 sightings (1 trip)3 southbound Gray Whales 40 Common Dolphins
1 Southbound Gray Whale (breached 3 times in the distance!) 12 Pacific White-Sided Dolphins 150 Common Dolphins Next departure 12:00 PM tomorrow!
Oh, baby! Our first sighting of an early born Gray Whale calf, swimming toward Mexico with its mother on our 12:00 PM trip! We're wishing them great luck on the rest of their journey to Baja! Total sightings today 1/7/20202 Gray Whales20 Pacific White-Sided...
12:00 PM trip: 4 Gray Whales, 10 Pacific White-Sided Dolphins 3:00 PM trip: 1 Gray Whale, 25 Pacific White-Sided Dolphins Next departure time: Tomorrow, January 6 at 9:00 AM Book now!
Friday, January 3, 2020 Rare sighting FRIDAY! The conditions were spectacular today! On our first trip we saw a Pygmy Sperm whale. It was a young calf with mom nowhere to be found. Unfortunately, it had a skin condition that was spreading on it's entire body. We also...
The Gray Whales are here! Join us in viewing the longest migration of any mammal on the planet, right off the coast of San Diego! We'll be enjoying this migratory species until April, when the humpbacks come back to town