|Fin whale #0902|
|Nine the Humpback whale|
|Joy the Humpback whale|
|Even on the way home as this whale went down for a dive we were still able to identify this unique whale's tail pigmentation pattern as a Humpback whale named Badge.|
|Atlantic white-sided dolphins cruising around the boat|
On Sunday, the 13th, the first sighting we found was not even a whale, it was a shark! A Basking shark was doing some feeding just below the surface of the water as it's dorsal fin was sticking out of the water while slowly swimming along with its mouth wide open.
|Wigwam the Humpback whale|
|Fin whale showcasing its very large body|
All three whales decided to check us out as they circled the boat. Looks like maybe the whales were as curious about us as we were about them. These massive beings were literally hovering in the water all around the boat as we sat floating in the Atlantic Ocean. An experience that definitely doesn't happen often and most definitely never gets old. What a feeling to contemplate just what mammal is watching whom? Quite incredible.
|Nine the Humpback whale watching the Granite State|
|The tip of a Humpback whale's head|
|Hello there whale!|
|Magpie the Humpback whale|