Sightings for Monday, May 27
Species List for today:
12 Humpback Whales (dozens more in the area)
Magnificent sea conditions today. Light bump from the west, moderate breeze in the morning dying to gentle-to-none in the afternoon. Sunny. Best of all, the Humpbacks are so spread out in the Channel that no matter where we went another 3 or 4 were encountered. At one point we had a Humpie slap its pectoral fin on the water for many many minutes, whilst its smaller companion treated us to some breaching and chin slapping. A few tail-lobs were thown in just to be sure all the guests on the Condor Express were directing their attention at the cetaceans putting on the spectacular show. Another epic day with the knobby headed beasts. Wow. I'll post up the photos by tomorrow night.
C'mon out and join us, the water is fine.
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Best fishes and have a WHALE of a day!