An iPhone snapshot taken by Captain Mat Curto. The count:
6 humpback whales
1,500 common dolphins Again we had very sunny skies, but the winds were a bit more moderate than they were yesterday. We got on an area with dolphins, birds and six humpback whales. All was well, people and whales were happy. And then things got frosty. Three of the six whales adopted the Condor Express and mugged us. (For new readers, “mugging” is when the whales are so close they practically
Well the recent storms have passed and the seas have subsided. Today was gorgeous on the Santa Barbara Channel. We are running trips both Saturday and Sunday this weekend. Also, don’t forget a great way to view the annual Parade of Lights is on board the Condor Express…the trip departs Sea Landing at 530pm this Sunday. Hope to see you on board soon!
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Our latest and greatest Condor Express Newsletter is now available to view/download at:
https://issuu.com/condorexpress/docs/2012-11_newsletter?mode=window&viewMode=singlePage happy holidays
Odd Jobs Guy
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Whale Watching Notice NOTICE TO OUR FRIENDS
Sunday, October 21, 2012 Our California Whale watching cruises are coming to close for the season. The Condor Express is schedule for routine maintenance and will haul out of the water on Monday, October 30. She will be in the boat yard until Wednesday, November 21st. Be sure to take advantage of our prime Fall season wildlife THIS WEEK ! See you on board!
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