Well, the wind came back. Luckily, an otherwise lack of considerable swells meant that the winds provided only a moderate lump for today’s trips. Three, to that matter! While dozens of humpback whales continue to ravage innumerable schools of anchovies, and close to the harbor, we had little trouble finding them. Additionally, our “resident” pod of Risso’s Dolphin (not trult resident, but they’ve been around a lot lately) continues to peruse the coastline just offshore from the Aquarium. Among their ranks, Casper, the albino continues to make the occasional appearance, granting our passengers the ability for forever say they have seen a white whale (dolphins are odontocetes: toothed whales).