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The weekend ahead is lookin’ great! 12/11 and 12/12

Greetings Ocean Lovers,

This is just a quick note to call your attention to what looks to be a fantastic weekend on the Channel.  The National Weather Service forecast is for bright, sunny, warm days with a gentle offshore flow.  This translates into absolutely stunning and ideal conditions to locate and view our marine mammals.  Tell your friends and clients that mid-December is always the time when we spot our first southbound migrating Pacific Gray Whale.   I don't have whale ESP, but if you want my un-scientific opinion, the odds are very very good that this weeked will be our first Gray of the 2010-2011 season!

Make your reservations now and join the fun.  Bring your camera for a trip to remember.  This kind of awesome winter weather doesn't happen too often, so you are encourage to sign up now!

Remember, we are the only full time whale watching boat on the Channel these days and we run trips  W, Th, F, Sa and Sun.  You never know on a day to day basis what mother nature has in store.  But it is always an amazing day full of sea creatures and adventures on the high seas when the Condor Express leaves the dock every day at 10am regularly.  And if that is not enough to excite you and your customers, the Condor Express is now officially on its “off season” ticket price schedule:  $75 for adults and only $50 for kids.  Get the best for less! Enjoy the natural wonders of the Santa Barbara Channel and the northern Channel Islands while the weather is spectacular.  Sign up now and tell your friends.  There should be plenty of spots available for our next trip, but the only way to guarantee you'll have a ticket to board is to make a reservation if you have time, SO call 1-888-77WHALE or 805-882-0088 to get your name on the list. Photographs from most weekends/holidays will be available online at Best fishes and have a WHALE of a day !

I'll see you on board…

Bob Perry

Condor Express

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