Captain Mat and the Condor Express crew report that the mother humpback and her calf continue to be the central focus of large whale activity in the Channel. Today there was a moderate breeze, but this did not deter the crew from locating and observing the humpback whale pair. Great looks were had by all. In addition, approximately 1,000 common dolphins were watched.
If you have not seen this lovely mother-calf humpback pair, you should sign up soon. The two whale have been circulating around the northeastern Channel for about three weeks and, on occasion, can burst into awesome activities.
Hope to see you on board soon! Bob Perry Condor Express