This group of 7 hung out for a few minutes

Half an hour before sunset

Today’s trip began with a snorkel stop at Atlantis and Darcie and I rested on the bow, keeping an eye out for dolphins, as the crew briefed passengers on the rock formation below. Once everyone had a good look, we headed north, hoping to get another great swim. This was not to happen. We spent the second half of the trip dodging squalls and decided to head in early. We did however, see a group of 7 bottlenose dolphins along the shore at 19:12. It was great to see them, even if we did not get in the water. Better luck tomorrow!

Until then,
Kel and Darcie

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