Bimini2010_T69We departed the dock shortly after 1600 today, anticipating some less-than-calm seas. Thankfully, it wasn’t too bad and even improved as the afternoon wore on. While we were all looking forward, scanning the ocean for dolphins, we suddenly saw an Atlantic spotted dolphin calf behind the boat, leaping toward us. Apparently this little ‘guy’ wanted to be seen! The dolphins were very active and we hopped in the water for some observations in their world. This first swim was a nice and our second swim was even better and longer. By the end of the day, we had seen Tina (#14), Prince William (#64), Niecey (#48), Speedy (#78). I also think Finn (#09) and Tim (#69) were there! Hopefully, even more dolphins will be ID’d once the video and still photos are reviewed. 

Another trip tomorrow!

Kel

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