September 6th 2018

We had some surprise visitors today! After months without a sighting we came across a group of Common Dolphins! The name of the species is truly Common Dolphin – mostly because they are encountered in all the world’s oceans. We typically see them when sea temperatures rise in the bay. You are more likely to…

August 24th 2018

Sea conditions were gorgeous today! There was hardly any swell and no wind on the bay. Slater Moore joined us onboard this morning and made a vlog of today’s trip. We sighted scattered Humpbacks throughout the trips but a mom and calf pair stole the show. As we followed the mom and baby Humpback pair…

July 18th 2018 (Vlog)

What a beautiful day in the bay. We observed five species of marine mammals once we left the harbor! We started our trip with Humpback Whales and California Sea Lions feeding together. Up next we had a large pod of Risso’s Dolphins (500-600 dolphins) with a small number of Pacific Whitesided Dolphins mixed in (30-40).…

July 16th 2018 (Vlog)

Earlier in the day we had observed Blue Whales and Humpbacks. So our photographer, Slater Moore, joined us for the afternoon tour. The Blue Whales had moved out of the area, but we still had an excellent viewing of Humpbacks. We observed lunge feeding behavior from the Humpbacks and they were joined by over a…

July 11th 2018 (Vlog)

Dolphins were the highlight of the day! We were watching a playful mom and calf Humpback Whale when suddenly a HUGE pod of Pacific Whitesided Dolphins came in the to the area. Mixed in with the Whitesides was another species dolphin as well – the Northern Right Whale Dolphin. The Northern Right Whale Dolphin is…