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Touching bases…

2020 05-01 Update

The crew of the Condor Express hopes you, your family and your friends are safe and healthy.

Like so many other cetacean-lovers, each of us has been surviving this lengthy time without regular daily contact with the whales and dolphins we love.

As “the curve” slowly flattens, we are looking ahead to the resumption of regularly scheduled public whale watching. We miss all of our friends, aquatic and terrestrial. We are hoping to see you sooner than later and will keep you posted as things change for the better.

You never know what Mother Nature has in store.

Bob Perry Condor Express, and

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