Today marked the final public trip for the 2021 season and whales were ready to be watched! We saw a total of five humpback whales and a pod of 15 Atlantic white-sided dolphins.
Familiar flukes continued through the end of our season with Clamp, Nile, Valley, Spoon and Patches today. The dolphins even briefly became associated with the humpback whales to top off such a successful season.
We had such a successful season that we can state we saw whales on 100% of our whale watches! An impressive feat to accomplish and something we strive for, knowing it is a lofty goal. So thank you to the whales that remained plentiful throughout our entire season, providing moments and memories to all our passengers. Many thanks to our incredible captains taking us all to the right places and safely maneuvering around these wild creatures. To the Blue Ocean Society for Marine Conservation staff and interns providing knowledge on each trip. To the crew, keeping safety and satisfaction their top priority. And, of course, to our passengers for joining us. Whether it be your first or 51st trip, we thank you for choosing us. Have a safe winter, and see you all in 2022!