Daylight savings ended with a bang this year, as large swells led us offshore, with Captain Rod at the Helm, to find the famous humpback whales Fluke Skywalker, and her mother, Aurora. We watched them for a good while before heading out west, to find a true megapod of Pacific White Sided Dolphin. Easily numbering over 2,000, they also had friends: several hundred Northern Right Whale Dolphin. As usual, the dolphin really stole the show, with breaches, backflips and bowrides. As if on schedule, a fearsome wind picked up just as it was time to make our way home, which we did with a beautiful following sea. One and done, as we say!