Sightings Report for July 17th 2018

Another great day on the Salish Sea!! The region is going through a heat wave, so we've had the pleasure of clear sunny skies this past week! Yesterday the wind picked up into the afternoon, building to 15 knots. Good thing our vessels are designed to move through lively seas! 

Reports of whales came in before our Captains left the dock, so they were excited to get out there!! The fleet encountered Biggs Orca (mammal eaters) in Washington waters! Several groups were seen socializing by tail slapping, cartwheeling and breaching!!!

Humpback whales were also encountered throughout the day. There are dozens of individuals currently here to feed in the strong upwelling currents of our coast! They are always a hit, and known for their iconic fluke as they dive!!

~Stay tuned!!

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Capt Tom