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Whale Watch Count June 2

*We apologize for the delay in our daily report.  The previous message had been returned to us due to an error in the e-mail account.

It was another great day for the CONDOR Express in the Santa Barbara Channel.  We watched around 20 Humpback Whales and about half a dozen of Dalls Porpoise.  We had many friendly interactions.  A few of the Humpback whales were very comfortable with the CONDOR Express and were surface feeding  just a few feet from the boat.  It is truly one of the best times of the year to be in the Channel for these magnificent mammals.    

Attached are a couple of photos snapped while at Santa Cruz Island.  As part of our tour, we take our passengers to see Painted Cave, which is one of the longest/largest seacaves in the world.  Another interesting point of Santa Cruz Island is Profile Point, which was said to be the guardian of the Painted Cave to the Chumash Indians.  

The CONDOR Express is scheduled to run today, June 3, at 10am.  We will be running our 4 1/2 Island Whale Watch all of this weekend from 10am-2:30pm.  Please call 1-888-77WHALE with any further questions or to make a reservation for our tour.

Kind Regards,

The CONDOR Express Crew

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