Saturday morning had such a variety of marine life. Sightings started early in the day with Satula the humpback whale.
|Conditions were so beautiful, you could see the spout from such a distance!
From there, it was an ocean sunfish, a few harbor seals, and two pods of Atlantic white-sided dolphins. Beautiful looks at all the wildlife.
|Atlantic white-sided dolphins (above and below)
The afternoon trip started with a large pod of toothed whales, more Atlantic white-sided dolphins!
|Dolphin cruising through the water
We have been so fortunate lately to see these toothed whales. They are always crowd pleasers! We then spent time with four humpback whales.
First, Dross was circling. Then a trio of three, Spoon, her calf, and Jabiru, spent most of the afternoon napping near the surface.
|Spoon's enormous flipper
|Atlantic white-sided dolphin
|And even more dolphins!
|Fin whale surfacing
|Grey seal near Boon Island
|Trio of humpback whales
|One last group of dolphins for the day