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The “Original” Condor Flies Back Home

While the Condor Express continues its maintenance in the boat yard, with some delays over getting parts and the usual stuff, the “original” Condor will return to Santa Barbara this week and run whale watch trips. Regular readers should recall that this happened a few years ago, as the Condor Express team does not want anyone to miss out on this epic gray whale migration. Gray whale numbers are way up, even surpassing last year which was itself a record year. The Condor will run 2 trips a day during its short stay this time in Santa Barbara, one trip departs at 9am and the other 1pm.  Each trip will last approximately 3 1/2 hours, and the first trip is scheduled for this coming Saturday, January 31.

Hope to see you on board. You never know what Mother Nature has in store.

Bob Perry Condor Express

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