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What You See

Wonder what you will have a chance to see on your Whale Watching trip in Dana Point? Here is a list of all the cetaceans (whales and dolphins) you may encounter, depending on the time of year.

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The blue whale is the largest mammal, possibly the largest animal, to ever inhabit the earth. Its body is long, somewhat tapered, and streamlined, with the head making up less than one-fourth of its total body length.

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The blue whale is blue-gray in color, but often with lighter gray mottling on a darker background (or with darker spots on a lighter background). The underside of its flippers may be a lighter color or white, while the ventral (underside) of the fluke is dark.

Its dorsal (top) fin is small and triangular or falcate (curved) in shape, and is located three-fourths of the way back on the body.

The flukes are broad and triangular. The rear edge is smooth with a slight median notch.

The longest blue whale ever recorded was a 108-foot adult female caught during whaling efforts in Antarctica! In modern times, blue whales in the Southern Hemisphere reach lengths of 90-100 feet , but their Northern Hemisphere counterparts are smaller, on average 75 to 80 feet (23 to 24.5 m). Blue whales can weigh over 100 tons (99,800 kg). Females are larger than males of the same age, the largest perhaps weighing as much as 150 tons (136,000 kg).

The blue whale is thought to feed almost exclusively on small, shrimp-like creatures called euphausiids or krill. During the summer feeding season the blue whale gorges itself, consuming an astounding 4 tons (3.6 metric tons) or more each day.


Gray whales have a streamlined body, with a narrow, tapered head. The upper jaw is arched in profile, and slightly overlaps the lower jaw.

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The gray whale received its name from the gray patches and white mottling on its dark skin. On the skin are many scratches, scattered patches of white barnacles, and orange whale lice. Newborn calves are dark gray to black, although some may have distinctive white markings.

The gray whale has no dorsal (top) fin. About 2/3 of the way back on its body is a prominent dorsal hump followed by a series of 6-12 knuckles along the dorsal ridge that extend to the flukes (tail lobes). Its flippers are paddle shaped and pointed at the tips. Its fluke is about 10-12 feet (3.7 m) across, pointed at the tips, and deeply notched in the center.

Adult males measure 45-46 feet (13.7-14 m) and adult females measure slightly more.

Gray whales feed on small crustaceans such as amphipods, and tube worms found in bottom sediments.

Gray whales inhabit shallow coastal waters of the eastern North Pacific. The gray whale makes one of the longest of all mammalian migrations, averaging 10,000-14,000 miles (16,000-22,530 km) round trip. In October, the whales begin to leave their feeding grounds in the Bering and Chukchi Seas and head south for their mating and calving lagoons in Baja California, Mexico. The southward journey takes 2-3 months. The whales remain in the lagoons for 2-3 months, allowing the calves to build up a thick layer of blubber to sustain them during the northward migration and keep them warm in the colder waters. The return trip north takes another 2-3 months. Mothers and calves travel very near shore on the northbound migration. There are some individual gray whales that are found year round in the Straits of Juan de Fuca between the State of Washington and Vancouver Island, Canada, and some that are seen during the summer months off the northern California coast.

The fin whale is long, sleek, and streamlined, with a V-shaped head which is flat on top. A single ridge extends from the blowhole to the tip of the rostrum (upper jaw).

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The fin whale is light gray to brownish-black on its back and sides. Two lighter “colored” chevrons begin midline behind the blowholes and slant down the sides towards the fluke (tail) before turning and ending right behind the eye. The underside of its body, flippers, and fluke are white. The lower jaw is gray or black on the left side and creamy white on the right side.

The fin whale has a prominent, slightly falcate (curved) dorsal fin located far back on its body. Its flippers are small and tapered, and its fluke is wide, pointed at the tips, and notched in the center.

Adult males measure up to 78 feet (24 m) in the northern hemisphere, and 88 feet (26.8 m) in the southern hemisphere. Females are slightly larger than males.

Fin whales feed mainly on small shrimp-like creatures called krill or euphausiids and schooling fish. They have been observed circling schools of fish at high speed, rolling the fish into compact balls then turning on their right side to engulf the fish. Their color pattern, including their asymmetrical jaw color, may somehow aid in the capture of such prey.

Fin whales are found in all oceans of the world. They may migrate to subtropical waters for mating and calving during the winter months and to the colder areas of the Arctic and Antarctic for feeding during the summer months; although recent evidence suggests that during winter fin whales may be dispersed in deep ocean waters.

The minke whale is the smallest member of the rorqual family of whales (those whales with baleen, a dorsal fin, and throat pleats). One of its most distinctive features is the narrow, triangular rostrum (upper jaw), which is proportionally shorter than in other rorquals.

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The minke is counter-shaded-black to dark gray on top, white below. Some minkes have a light-colored chevron on the back behind the head. Two areas of lighter gray appear on each side: one behind the flippers and another below and forward of the dorsal fin. Distinctive to minke whales outside of the Antarctic is a white band on each flipper. The band is usually absent in Antarctic minkes, although some show an irregular banding pattern.

The dorsal fin of the minke is tall and falcate (curved), and is located two-thirds of the way back on the body. Its flippers are slender and pointed at the tips. Flukes are broad, up to one-fourth of the body length, pointed at the tips, and notched in the center.

Adult males average about 8 m (26 feet) with a maximum length of 9.4 m (31 feet), while adult females average 8.2 m (27 feet) with a maximum length of 10.2 m (33 feet).

Minke whales feed primarily on krill in the southern hemisphere and on small schooling fish (capelin, cod, herring, pollock) or krill in the northern hemisphere. They will also eat copepods in certain areas.

Minkes are found in all oceans, though they are rarely observed in the tropics. They seem to prefer icy waters, and are found right up to the edge of the icepack in polar regions, and have actually become entrapped in the ice fields on occasion.

The head of a humpback whale is broad and rounded when viewed from above, but slim in profile. The body is not as streamlined as other rorquals, but is quite round, narrowing to a slender peduncle (tail stock). The top of the head and lower jaw have rounded, bump-like knobs, each containing at least one stiff hair.

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The body is black on the dorsal (upper) side, and mottled black and white on the ventral (under) side. This color pattern extends to the flukes. When the humpback whale “sounds” (goes into a long or deep dive) it usually throws its flukes upward, exposing the black and white patterned underside. This pattern is distinctive to each whale. The flippers range from all white to all black dorsally, but are usually white ventrally.

About 2/3 of the way back on the body is an irregularly shaped dorsal (top) fin. Its flippers are very long, between 1/4 and 1/3 the length of its body, and have large knobs on the leading edge. The flukes (tail), which can be 18 feet (5.5 m) wide, is serrated and pointed at the tips.

Adult males measure 40-48 feet (12.2-14.6 m), adult females measure 45-50 feet (13.7-15.2 m).

Humpback whales feed on krill, small shrimp-like crustaceans, and various kinds of small fish.

Found in all the world’s oceans, most populations of humpback whales follow a regular migration route, summering in temperate and polar waters for feeding, and wintering in tropical waters for mating and calving.

The orca has a striking color pattern made up of well-defined areas of shiny black and cream or white. The dorsal (top) part of its body is black, with a pale white to gray “saddle” behind the dorsal fin. It has an oval, white eyepatch behind and above each eye. Each whale can be individually identified by its markings and by the shape of its saddle patch and dorsal fin.

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Another distinctive feature of the orca is its dorsal fin, which can reach 6 feet (1.8 m) high in males and is shaped like an isosceles triangle.

Males can grow as large as 32 feet (9.6 m) long and weigh 8 to 9 tons. Females can reach 23 feet (8.2 m) in length and weigh up to 4 tons.

The mouth of the orca is large and well adapted for hunting. It has 46 to 50 conical shaped teeth that point slightly backwards and inwards. The upper and lower teeth interlock, which aids in gripping large prey and tearing it into smaller pieces for easier swallowing. Depending on the population and geographic area, the diet of orcas varies.

The orca is found in all the oceans of the world, though they are more abundant in cooler waters. Unlike some other species of whales, which follow a regular migration route each year, the orca seems to travel according to the availability of food. They are one of the few species of whales that move freely from hemisphere to hemisphere.

Video by our passenger Drew Post
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Common dolphins are colorful, with a complex crisscross or hourglass color pattern on the side; the long-beaked common dolphin being more muted in color. When looking at the profile of the two common dolphin species, the short-beaked common dolphin has a more rounded melon that meets the beak at a sharp angle, as compared to the long-beaked common dolphin that has a flatter melon that meets the beak at a more gradual angle.

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Color patterns on the common dolphin are the most elaborate of any cetacean. The back is dark gray-to-black from the top of the head to the tail dipping to a V on the sides below the dorsal fin. The flanks are light gray behind the dorsal fin and yellowish-tan forward of the dorsal fin, forming an hourglass pattern. Its belly is white. There are large dark circles around the eyes connected by a dark line that runs across the head behind the beak and a black stripe runs from the jaw to the flippers.

Common dolphins can reach lengths of 7.5 – 8.5 feet (2.3-2.6 m) and weigh as much as 297 lb. (135 kg).

The common dolphin feeds on squid and small schooling fish. Common dolphins have been seen working together to herd fish into tight balls.

The common dolphin is found in all tropical and warm-temperate waters. The long-beaked common dolphin is found more in coastal waters; the short-beaked common dolphin is found in offshore waters and is the species that occurs frequently in the eastern tropical Pacific. Both long-beaked and short-beaked common dolphins occur in the Southern California Bight.

This is a relatively robust dolphin with a usually short and stubby beak – hence the name “bottlenose”. The bottlenose dolphin (like the beluga) has more flexibility in its neck than other oceanic dolphins.

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The color of the bottlenose dolphin varies considerably, but generally this dolphin is light gray to slate gray on the upper part of the body shading to lighter sides and pale, pinkish gray on the belly.

The dorsal fin is high and falcate (curved) and located near the middle of the back. The flukes are broad and curved with a deep median notch.

Adult length is from 8-12 feet (2.5-3.8 m). These dolphins may weigh as much as 1,430 pounds (650 kg) off Great Britain, though most are much smaller in other parts of the world. Males are significantly larger than females.

Bottlenose dolphins are found worldwide in temperate and tropical waters, absent only from 45 degrees poleward in either hemisphere. They are frequently seen in harbors, bays, lagoons, estuaries, and river mouths.

This is a relatively robust dolphin with a rounded head, similar in shape to the more familiar pilot whale. They have an unusual external vertical crease in the melon (the organ in the rounded head used to direct sonar clicks) that runs from the front of the forehead to the mouth.

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Adult Risso’s dolphins are usually dark gray with extensive white scarring. The scars can be scratches, splotches, or circular marks and, in some animals, can be so extensive that the entire body appears to be white. This scarring may come from bites from other Risso’s dolphins, squid bites, or parasites. As calves, their bodies are a uniform light gray, which then darkens to a brownish-gray in juveniles. Risso’s dolphins also have a white anchor-shaped patch, similar to pilot whales, on their ventral/chest area (from throat to stomach).

Length is typically 10 feet (3 m), although animals have been recorded up to 12.5 feet (3.8 m). Like most dolphins, males are typically slightly larger than females.

Reflecting the offshore distribution of this species, primary prey appears to be squid, although they have also been known to feed on a number of fish species.

Risso’s dolphins tend to prefer offshore habitats worldwide in the warm temperate and tropical waters of both hemispheres. They are not known to enter true polar waters.

The Pacific white-sided dolphin has a short, rounded, thick beak containing 23 to 32 small, rounded slightly curved teeth in each side of the upper and lower jaws. This dolphin is energetic and quite active and is frequently seen leaping, belly flopping, and somersaulting. It is a strong, fast swimmer and enthusiastic bow rider, often staying with moving vessels for extended periods.

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The Pacific white-sided dolphin is attractively marked. Its back is black and its sides are light gray with thin, white stripes that extend from above the eye along the sides, widening towards the tail; its belly is white. It has a black beak and lips and a black ring around each eye.

Its dorsal fin is tall and sharply hooked, and is located at the center of the back. The leading edge is black and the rear portion is light gray. Its flippers are small and curved and rounded at the tips. Its flukes are notched in the center.

These dolphins reach a length of 7 to 8 feet (2.1 to 2.4 m) and weigh 300 pounds (150 kg).

Pacific White-Sided Dolphins eat squid and small schooling fish such as anchovies, herring, sardines, and hake. It is believed they feed largely at night.

The Pacific white-sided dolphin inhabits temperate, coastal waters in the North Pacific, avoiding both tropical or Arctic waters.

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Hammerhead Shark

The known species range from 0.9 to 6 m (3.0 to 19.7 ft) in length and weigh from 3 to 580 kg (6.6 to 1,278.7 lb).[2][3] They are usually light gray and have a greenish tint to them. Their bellies are white which allows them to blend into the ocean when viewed from the bottom and sneak up on their prey.[4] Their heads have lateral projections which give them a hammer-like shape.

It was determined recently that the hammer-like shape of the head may have evolved (at least in part) to enhance the animal’s vision.[5] The positioning of the eyes, mounted on the sides of the shark’s distinctive hammer head give the shark good 360-degree vision in the vertical plane, meaning they can see above and below them at all times.[6] The shape of the head was previously thought to help the shark find food, aiding in close-quarters maneuverability and allowing sharp turning movement without losing stability. However, it has been found that the unusual structure of its vertebrae was instrumental in making the turns correctly, more often than the shape of its head, though it would also shift and provide lift. From what is known about the winghead shark, it would appear that the shape of the hammer-head has to do with an evolved sensory function. Like all sharks, hammerheads have electroreceptory sensory pores called ampullae of Lorenzini. By distributing the receptors over a wider area, hammerheads can sweep for prey more effectively.

Hammerheads have disproportionately small mouths and seem to do a lot of bottom-hunting. They are also known to form schools during the day, sometimes in groups of over 100. In the evening, like other sharks, they become solitary hunters.

Great-White-Shark

The great white shark has a robust, large, conical snout. The upper and lower lobes on the tail fin are approximately the same size which is similar to some mackerel sharks.

A great white displays countershading, by having a white underside and a grey dorsal area (sometimes in a brown or blue shade) that gives an overall mottled appearance. The coloration makes it difficult for prey to spot the shark because it breaks up the shark’s outline when seen from the side. From above, the darker shade blends with the sea and from below it exposes a minimal silhouette against the sunlight.

Great white sharks, like many other sharks, have rows of serrated teeth behind the main ones, ready to replace any that break off. When the shark bites, it shakes its head side-to-side, helping the teeth saw off large chunks of flesh.

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Whale Sightings Log

Whale Sightings (Jan. 2017 - Current):

756 Gray Whales, 41 Humpback Whales, 9 Fin Whales, 3 Minke Whale

Whale Sightings (Jan. 2016 - Dec. 2016):

1363 Gray Whales, 390 Humpback Whales, 120 Fin Whales, 40 False Killer Whales, 61 Minke Whales, 118 Blue Whales, 2 Brydes Whale, 120 Killer Whales (Orca), 4 Basking Sharks, 12 Mola Mola (Ocean Sunfish), 6 Elephant Seals, 5 White Shark, 2 Mako Sharks, 3 Green Sea Turtles, 7 Hammerhead Sharks, 1 Pelagic Stingray, 1 Blue Shark , 1 Striped Marlin

Whale Sightings (Jan. 2014 - Dec. 2015):

29 Killer Whales (Orcas), 2052 Gray Whales, 478 Humpback Whales, 233 Fin Whales, 184 Minke Whales, 90+ False Killer Whales, 838 Blue Whales, 156 Pilot Whales, 100+ Sperm Whales, 21 Bryde's Whales, 2 Whale Sharks, 5 Great White Sharks, 12 Mako Sharks, 13 Hammerhead Sharks, 1 Thresher Shark

Whale Sightings (May 2012 - Dec. 2013):

1078 Gray Whales, 750 Blue Whales, 21 Humpback Whales, 32 Fin Whales, 49 Minke Whales, 11 Killer Whales

Our sightings log is updated every Monday! Please note that there is NO better time for seeing whales or dolphin as they both move 24 hours/day!

Date
Sightings
4-22-178 Gray Whales, Common Dolphin
4-21-1717 Gray Whales (5 cow/calf Pairs), Bottlenose Dolphins, Common Dolphins
4-20-1722 Gray Whales, Common Dolphin, Bottlenose Dolphin
4-19-1710 Gray Whales, Common Dolphin, Pacific White Sided Dolphin
4-18-178 Gray Whales, Bottlenose Dolphins, Common Dolphins
4-17-174 Gray Whales, Common Dolphins
4-16-178 Gray Whales, Common Dolphin
4-15-177 Gray Whales, 2 Humpback Whales, Common Dolphin, Pacific White Sided Dolphin
4-14-177 Gray Whales (2 cow/calf pairs), Common Dolphins
4-13-176 Gray Whales, Pacific White Sided Dolphin
4-12-1710 Gray Whales, Common Dolphin, White Sided Dolphin, Bottlenose Dolphin
4-11-1711 Gray Whales, Common Dolphin
4-10-176 Gray Whales, Common Dolphins
4-9-179 Gray Whales, Common Dolphin
4-8-176 Gray Whales, 1 Humpback Whale, Pacific White Sided Dolphin, Common Dolphin
4-7-179 Gray Whales, Common Dolphin
4-6-179 Gray Whales (1 cow/calf pair), Pacific White-sided Dolphins, Common Dolphins
4-5-179 Gray Whales, Common Dolphin
4-4-178 Gray Whales, Pacific White-sided Dolphins
4-3-177 Gray Whales, Bottlenose Dolphins, Pacific White-sided Dolphins, Common Dolphins
4-2-1716 Gray Whales, Common Dolphin
4-1-1714 Gray Whales, 1 Humpback Whale, Common Dolphin
3-31-1717 Gray Whales, Pacific Whitesided Dolphin, Common Dolphin
3-30-1721 Gray Whales, Common Dolphin
3-29-1712 Gray Whales, 2 Humpback Whales, Common Dolphin
3-28-1722 Gray Whales, Bottlenose Dolphin, Common Dolphin
3-27-1719 Gray Whales, Common Dolphins
3-26-1716 Gray Whales, 1 Humpback Whale, Common Dolphin
3-25-1729 Gray Whales, Common Dolphin
3-24-1726 Gray Whales, Common Dolphin
3-23-1720 Gray Whales
3-22-177 Gray Whales
3-21-1715 Gray Whales, 1 Minke Whale, 1 Humpback Whale, Common Dolphin
3-20-1723 Gray Whales, Common Dolphins
3-19-1711 Gray Whales, Common Dolphin
3-18-1716 Gray Whales, Common Dolphins
3-17-1714 Gray Whales, Pacific White Sided Dolphin
3-16-1719 Gray Whales
3-15-175 Gray Whales
3-14-175 Gray Whales, 1 Fin Whale, Common Dolphin
3-13-172 Gray Whales
3-12-1717 Gray Whales, Common Dolphin
3-11-1710 Humpback Whales, 9 Gray Whales, White Sided Dolphin, Common Dolphin, Bottlenose Dolphin
3-10-1713 Gray Whales, 1 Humpback Whale, 1 Minke Whale, Common Dolphin, Whitesided Dolphin
3-9-1711 Grays Whales, Bottlenose Dolphins, Common Dolphins
3-8-1711 Gray Whales, Bottlenose Dolphin, Common Dolphin
3-7-1712 Gray Whales, Common Dolphin
3-6-175 Gray Whales, Common Dolphin
3-5-1715 Gray Whales
3-4-1724 Gray Whales, 1 Fin Whale, White Sided Dolphin, Common Dolphon
3-3-175 Gray Whales
3-2-177 Gray Whales, Pacific white-sided Dolphins, Common Dolphins
3-1-176 Gray Whales, 2 Humpback Whales
2-28-175 Gray Whales, 1 Humpback Whale, Common Dolphin
2-27-171 Humpback Whale, Common Dolphins
2-26-176 Gray Whales
2-25-175 Gray Whales, Bottlenose Dolphins, Common Dolphins
2-24-174 Gray Whales, 3 Humpback Whales, Bottlenose Dolphin, Common Dolphin
2-23-171 Gray Whale, Common Whales
2-22-174 Gray Whales, 1 Humpback Whale, Common Dolphin
2-21-175 Gray Whales, 2 Humpback Whales, Common Dolphin
2-20-177 Gray Whales, Bottlenose Dolphin
2-19-177 Gray Whales
2-18-171 Gray Whale, Common Dolphin
2-17-17No Trips Today
2-16-172 Humpback Whales, 1 Gray Whale, Common Dolphins
2-15-176 Gray Whales, 2 Humpback Whales, Common Dolphin
2-14-1710 Gray Whales, Common and Whitesided Dolphin
2-13-175 Gray Whales, 1 Humpback Whale, Common Dolphins
2-12-17 4 Gray Whales, Common Dolphin
2-11-1714 Gray Whales, Common Dolphins
2-10-178 Gray Whales, 2 Humpback Whales, Common Dolphin
2-9-174 Gray Whale (1cow/calf pair), Common Dolphins
2-8-173 Gray Whales,1 Humpback Whale, Common Dolphin
2-7-17No Trips Today
2-6-1712 Gray Whales, Common Dolphin
2-5-1711 Gray Whales, Bottlenose Dolphins, Common Dolphins
2-4-174 Gray Whales, 1 Humpback Whale, Common Dolphins
2-3-1713 Gray Whales, Common Dolphins
2-2-173 Gray Whales, Common Dolphins
2-1-178 Gray Whales, Common Dolphin
1-31-178 Gray Whales, White Sided Dolphin
1-30-173 Gray Whales
1-29-178 Gray Whales, 1 Fin Whale, 1 Minke Whale, Bottlenose Dolphin, Common Dolphin
1-28-176 Gray Whales, 2 Fin Whales, Thousands of Common Dolphin
1-27-1713 Gray Whales
1-26-176 Gray Whales
1-25-175 Gray Whales, Bottlenose Dolphin
1-24-172 Gray Whales, Common Dolphin
1-23-17No Trips Today
1-22-17No Trips Today
1-21-17No Trips Today
1-20-17No Trips Today
1-19-17No Trips Today
1-18-1713 Gray Whales (1 Mom/Calf pair), Bottlenose Dolphin, Common Dolphin
1-17-1711 Gray Whales (1 Mom/Calf pair), Bottlenose Dolphin, Common Dolphin
1-16-174 Gray Whales (1 Mom/Calf pair), Bottlenose Dolphins
1-15-173 Gray Whales, Common Dolphin
1-14-175 Gray Whales (1 Mom/Calf pair), Common Dolphin
1-13-174 Gray Whales, Common Dolphin
1-12-17No Trips Today
1-11-175 Gray Whales, Common Dolphin
1-10-174 Gray Whales, Pacific White-Sided Dolphins, Bottlenose Dolphins
1-9-172 Gray Whales (Cow/Calf Pair), 1 Fin Whale
1-8-176 Gray Whales (Mom/Calf Pairs)
1-7-177 Gray Whales (1 Mom/Calf pair), Common Dolphin
1-6-177 Gray Whales (1 Mom/Calf pair)
1-5-172 Humpback Whales, Common Dolphins
1-4-174 Gray Whales, 2 Humpback Whales, Bottlenose Dolphin, Common Dolphin
1-3-173 Gray Whales, White Sided Dolphin, Common Dolphin
1-2-172 Gray Whales
1-1-173 Fin Whales, 2 Humpback Whales, Common Dolphin
12-31-162 Gray Whales, 2 Fin Whales, White Sided Dolphin, Common Dolphin
12-30-164 Gray Whales, 2 Fin Whales, 1 Humpback Whale, Common Dolphins
12-29-16Common Dolphin
12-28-166 Gray Whales, Common Dolphin
12-27-169 Gray Whales, White Sided Dolphin, Common Dolphin
12-26-162 Gray Whales, Pacific White Sided Dolphin, Common Dolphin
12-25-16No Trips Today
12-24-16No Trips Today
12-23-163 Gray Whales
12-22-16Pacific White-Sided Dolphin
12-21-161 Humpback Whale, Common Dolphin
12-20-1630-40 Offshore Orcas (Killer Whale), White Sided Dolphin
12-19-1640 Offshore Orcas (Killer Whale), Common Dolphin
12-18-161 Gray Whale, 1 Humpback Whale, Common Dolphin
12-17-162 Gray Whales, Common Dolphin
12-16-16No Trips Today
12-15-16Common Dolphins
12-14-16White Sided Dolphin, Common Dolphin
12-13-163 Gray Whales, 1 Humpback Whale, Common Dolphin
12-12-161 Humpback Whale, Bottlenose Dolphin, Common Dolphin
12-11-16Common Dolphin
12-10-16Common Dolphin
12-9-16Common Dolphin
12-8-164 Humpback Whales, 2 Gray Whales, Common Dolphin
12-7-164 Humpback Whales, Common Dolphin
12-6-163 Humpback Whales, Common Dolphin
12-5-165 Humpback Whales, Common Dolphin
12-4-164 Gray Whales
12-3-164 Humpback Whales, Common Dolphin
12-2-16No Trips Today
12-1-1612 Humpback Whales, Common Dolphin
11-30-1630-40 Orcas (Killer Whales), 3 Gray Whales
11-29-161 Gray Whale, Risso's Dolphin, Bottlenose Dolphin, Common Dolphin
11-28-16Common Dolphins
11-27-16No Trips Today
11-26-163 Humpback Whales, Common Dolphin
11-25-162 Minke Whales
11-23-162 Humpback Whales, Bottlenose Dolphin, Common Dolphin
11-22-16Common Dolphin
11-21-16Pacific White-Sided Dolphin
11-20-16Minke Whale, Common Dolphin
11-19-16White Sided Dolphin, Common Dolphin
11-18-16Common Dolphin
11-17-16White Sided Dolphin, Bottlenose Dolphin
11-16-16Common Dolphin
11-15-16Risso's Dolphin, Bottlenose Dolphin, Common Dolphin
11-14-16Risso's Dolphin, Common Dolphin
11-13-161 Mola Mola, Common Dolphin
11-12-16Common Dolphin
11-11-16Common Dolphin
11-10-161 Humpback Whale, Common Dolphin
11-9-16Common Dolphin, 1 Mola Mola, 1 Elephant Seal
11-8-16Common Dolphin
11-7-16Common Dolphin
11-6-161 Minke Whale, 1 Humpback Whale, 1 Striped Marlin, Common Dolphin
11-5-16Common Dolphin
11-4-162 Humpbacks Whales, Common Dolphin
11-3-16Common Dolphin
11-2-16Common Dolphin
11-1-16Common Dolphin
10-31-16No Trips Today
10-30-16Common Dolphin
10-29-16Common Dolphin
10-28-16Common Dolphin
10-27-16Common Dolphin, 2 Mola Mola
10-26-161 Fin Whale, Common Dolphin
10-25-16Common Dolphin
10-24-16Risso's Dolphin, Bottlenose Dolphin
10-23-16Common Dolphin
10-22-161 Minke Whale, Common Dolphin
10-21-16Common Dolphin
10-20-16Pacific White-Sided Dolphin, Common Dolphin, 1 Mola Mola, 1 Blue Shark
10-19-16No sightings today
10-18-16Common Dolphin
10-17-16Common Dolphin
10-16-16Common Dolphin
10-15-162 Humpback Whales, Common Dolphin
10-14-16Common Dolphin
10-13-16Common Dolphin
10-12-16Common Dolphin
10-11-161 Minke Whale, 1 Elephant Seal, 1 Mola Mola (Sunfish), Common Dolphin
10-10-16Common Dolphins
10-9-162 Minke Whales, 2 Humpback Whales, Common Dolphin
10-8-161 Minke Whale, Common Dolphin
10-7-161 Humpback Whale, Common Dolphin
10-6-16No sightings today
10-5-161 FIn Whale, Common Dolphin
10-4-161 Elephant Seal
10-3-16Common Dolphins
10-2-16Bottlenose Dolphin, Common Dolphin
10-1-16Common Dolphin
9-30-164 Minke Whales, 2 Humpback Whales, Common Dolphin
9-29-161 Bryde's Whale, 4 Humpback Whales, 2 Minke Whales, Common Dolphin
9-28-164 Humpback Whales, 1 Minkie Whale, Common Dolphin
9-27-169 Minke Whales, 2 Humpback Whales, 2 Great White Sharks, Common Dolphin
9-26-16Bottlenose Dolphin, Common Dolphin
9-25-16Common Dolphin
9-24-16Common Dolphin
9-23-161 Humpback Whale, 1 Minke Whale, Common Dolphin
9-22-161 Humpback Whale, Common Dolphin
9-21-16Common Dolphin
9-20-164 Humpback Whales, 2 Blue Whales, Common Dolphin
9-19-162 Humpback Whales, Common Dolphin
9-18-161 Minke Whale, Common Dolphin
9-17-162 Humpback Whales, Bottlenose Dolphin, Common Dolphin
9-16-162 Blue Whales
9-15-162 Blue Whales, 1 Humpback Whale, Common Dolphin
9-14-16Bottlenose Dolphin
9-13-16Bottlenose Dolphin, Common Dolphin
9-12-161 Hammerhead Shark, Common Dolphin
9-11-161 Humpback Whale, Common Dolphin
9-10-162 Humpback Whales, Common Dolphin
9-9-16Common Dolphin
9-8-16Bottlenose Dolphin
9-7-161 Blue Whale, Bottlenose Dolphin, Common Dolphin
9-6-162 Humpback Whales, Common Dolphin
9-5-16Common Dolphin
9-4-161 Blue Whale, Common Dolphin
9-3-16Common Dolphin
9-2-161 Blue Whale, 1 Elephant Seal, Common Dolphin
9-1-161 Fin Whale, Common Dolphin
8-31-163 Blue Whales, 2 Minke Whales, Common Dolphin
8-30-163 Blue Whales, 1 Minke Whale, 1 Hammerhead Shark, Common Dolphin
8-29-161 Blue Whale, Common Dolphin
8-28-162 Blue Whales, Common Dolphin
8-27-162 Blue Whales, 1 Minke Whale, 1 Hammerhead Shark, Common Dolphin
8-26-162 Blue Whales, Common Dolphin
8-25-16Common Dolphin
8-24-161 Fin Whale, Common Dolphin
8-23-161 Humpback Whale, Bottlenose Dolphin, Common Dolphin
8-22-16Bottlenose Dolphin, Common Dolphin
8-21-16Common Dolphin
8-20-16Bottlenose Dolphin, Common Dolphin
8-19-162 Humpback Whales, Common Dolphin
8-18-16Common Dolphin
8-17-16Common Dolphin
8-16-16Common Dolphin
8-15-16Minke Whale, Common Dolphin
8-14-16Bottlenose Dolphin
8-13-162 Great White Sharks
8-12-16Common Dolphin
8-11-16Humpback Whale, Common Dolphin
8-10-161 Minke Whale, Common Dolphin
8-9-162 Humpback Whales, Common Dolphin
8-8-16Bottlenose Dolphin, Common Dolphin
8-7-163 Humpback Whales, Common Dolphin, Mola Mola
8-6-164 Humpback Whales, Common Dolphin, 2 Hammerhead Sharks, 1 Pelagic Stingray
8-5-161 Humpback Whale, Common Dolphin
8-4-16Common Dolphin
8-3-162 Humpback Whales, 1 Hammerhead Shark, Common Dolphin
8-2-16Bottlenose Dolphin, Common Dolphin
8-1-164 Humpback Whales, 1 Minke Whale, Common Dolphin
7-31-164 Humback Whales, Common Dolphin
7-30-168 Humpback Whales, Common Dolphin
7-29-165 Humpback Whales, Common Dolphin
7-28-162 Humpback Whales, Fin Whale, Minke Whale, Bottlenose Dolphins, Common Dolphins, Mola Mola
7-27-163 Humpback Whales, Common Dolphin
7-26-164 Humpback Whales, 1 Blue Whale, Common Dolphin
7-25-165 Humpback Whales, 1 Minke Whale, Common Dolphin
7-24-16Common Dolphin
7-23-16Common Dolphin
7-22-161 Humpback, 1 Minkie, Common Dolphin
7-21-166 Humpback Whales, 3 Minke Whales, Fin Whale, Common Dolphins
7-20-16Common Dolphin
7-19-16Common Dolphin, Bottlenose Dolphin, 1 Green Sea Turtle
7-18-162 Humpback Whales, 2 Minke Whales, 1 Fin Whale, Common Dolphin
7-17-163 Humpback Whales, 1 Minke Whale, Common Dolphin
7-16-164 Blue Whales, Common Dolphin
7-15-165 Blue Whales, 1 Minke Whale, 1 Humpback Whale, Common Dolphin
7-14-168 Blue Whales, 1 Minke Whale, Common Dolphin
7-13-162 Humpback Whales, 2 Fin Whales, Common Dolphin
7-12-161 Blue Whale, 2 Fin Whales, 2 Humpback Whales, 1 Minke Whale, Common Dolphin
7-11-161 Humpback Whale, 1 Minke Whale, 1 Mako Shark, Common Dolphin
7-10-162 Blue Whales, 1 Mola Mola (Sunfish), Common Dolphin
7-9-16 1 Mako Shark, Common Dolphin
7-8-16Common Dolphin
7-7-161 Minke Whale, 1 Gray Whale, I Blue Whale, Common Dolphins
7-6-16Common Dolphin
7-5-16Common Dolphin
7-4-16Common Dolphin
7-3-168 Blue Whales, Common Dolphin , Mako Shark
7-2-1616 Blue Whales, Common Dolphin
7-1-165 Humpback Whales, 4 Blue Whales, 1 Fin Whale, Common Dolphin
6-30-166 Blue Whales, 4 Humpbacks, Common Dolphins
6-29-166 Blue Whales, Common Dolphin
6-28-167 Blue Whales, 1 Humpback Whale, Rissos Dolphin, Common Dolphin
6-27-163 Blue Whales, 3 Humpback Whales, Common Dolphins
6-26-162 Humpback Whales, Common Dolphin
6-25-164 Blue Whales, Common Dolphin
6-24-166 Blue Whales, Common Dolphin
6-23-164 Humpback Whales, Common Dolphins
6-22-1620 Humpback Whales, Common Dolphin
6-21-1626 Humpback Whales, Common Dolphin
6-20-167 Humpback Whales, 1 Blue Whale ,1 Fin Whale, Common Dolphin, Bottlenose Dolphin
6-19-162 Humpback Whales, Common Dolphin
6-18-162 Fin Whales, Common Dolphin
6-17-162 Humpback Whales, Common Dolphin
6-16-166 Humpback Whales, Common Dolphin
6-15-165 Humpback Whales, 1 Fin Whale, Bottlenose Dolphin, Common Dolphin
6-14-161 Blue Whale, 1 Fin Whale, Bottlenose Dolphin, Common Dolphin
6-13-162 Blue Whale, Common Dolphin
6-12-163 Minke Whales, Common Dolphin
6-11-16Common Dolphin
6-10-161 Humpback Whale, Common Dolphin
6-9-161 Blue Whale, 1 Minke Whale, Common Dolphin
6-8-161 Minke Whale, Bottlenose Dolphin, Common Dolphin
6-7-16Bottlenose Dolphin, Common Dolphin
6-6-161 Humpback Whale, Common Dolphin
6-5-161 Blue Whale, 1 Humpback Whale, Common Dolphin
6-4-161 Humpback Whale, Risso Dolphin, Bottlenose Dolphin, Common Dolphin
6-3-161 Blue Whale, 1 Minke Whale, Common Dolphin
6-2-162 Humpback Whales, Common Dolphin
6-1-163 Humpback Whales, Common Dolphin
5-31-162 Humpback Whales, Common Dolphin
5-30-16Common Dolphin
5-29-1614 Humpback Whales, Common Dolphin
5-28-162 Humpback Whales, 1 Minke Whale, Common Dolphin
5-27-16Common Dolphin
5-26-162 Humpback Whales, Common Dolphin
5-25-162 Gray Whales, Common Dolphin
5-24-166 Humpback Whales, 1 Minke Whale, Common Dolphin
5-23-161 Humpback Whale, 1 Minkie Whale, Common Dolphin
5-22-167 Humpback Whales, Bottlenose Dolphin, Common Dolphin
5-21-163 Humpback Whales, 1 Blue Whale, Common Dolphin
5-20-162 Gray Whales, 4 Humpback Whales, 1 Blue Whale, Common Dolphin
5-19-164 Humpback Whales, 1 Blue Whale, Risso's Dolphin, Common Dolphin
5-18-162 Humpback Whales, Common Dolphin
5-17-1614 Humpback Whales, Common Dolphin
5-16-162 Blue Whales, 2 Humpback Whales, Common Dolphin
5-15-163 Humpback Whales, Common Dolphin
5-14-161 Humpback Whale, Common Dolphin
5-13-16Common Dolphin
5-12-1612 Gray Whales
5-11-161 Humpback Whale, 1 Fin Whale, Common Dolphin
5-10-168 Gray Whales, 6 Fin Whales, 3 Humpback Whales, Common Dolphin
5-9-164 Gray Whales, Common Dolphins
5-8-1620 Gray Whales, Common Dolphins
5-7-163 Humpback Whales, 2 Gray Whales, Common Dolphin
5-6-168 Gray Whales
5-5-1620 Gray Whales, Pacific White Sided Dolphin
5-4-162 Gray Whales, 2 Humpback Whales, Common Dolphin
5-3-163 Gray Whales, Common Dolphin
5-2-16Common Dolphin
5-1-162 Gray Whales, 1 Humpback Whale, 1 Fin Whale, Common Dolphin
4-30-166 Gray Whales, 1 Humpback Whale, Common Dolphin
4-29-166 Gray Whales, 1 Fin Whale, Common Dolphin
4-28-162 Fin Whales, Common Dolphin
4-27-162 Gray Whales, 2 Humpback Whales, Common Dolphin
4-26-165 Gray Whales, Common Dolphin
4-25-16No trips today due to weather conditions
4-24-164 Gray Whales, 4 Fin Whales
4-23-166 Gray Whales, 2 Fin Whales, Common Dolphin
4-22-167 Gray Whales, Common Dolphin
4-21-1632 Gray Whales, White Sided Dolphin, Common Dolphin
4-20-169 Gray Whales, Common Dolphin
4-19-166 Gray Whales, 3 Fin Whales, 2 Minke Whales, Common Dolphin
4-18-168 Blue Whales, 2 Gray Whales, 1 Fin Whale, Pacific White Sided Dolphins, Common Dolphins
4-17-1610 Gray Whales, 3 Blue Whales, 1 Fin Whale, Common Dolphin
4-16-169 Fin Whales, 4 Gray Whales, False Killer Whales, Common Dolphin
4-15-162 Fin Whales, 1 Humpback Whale, Common Dolphin
4-14-163 Gray Whales, Common Dolphins
4-13-168 Gray Whales, 2 Fin Whales, Common Dolphin
4-12-162 Gray Whales, 2 Fin Whales, 1 Humpback Whale, Common Dolphin
4-11-162 Gray Whales, 1 Fin Whale, Common Dolphin
4-10-163 Humpback Whales, 2 Fin Whales, Common Dolphin
4-9-166 Humpback Whales, 3 Gray Whales, 3 Fin Whales, Common Dolphin
4-8-164 Fin Whales, Common Dolphin
4-7-162 Gray Whales,
Common Dolphin
4-6-164 Fin Whales, 1 Humpback, Common Dolphin
4-5-167 Fin Whales, 2 Humpback Whales, 1 Blue Whale, 1 Gray Whale, 1 Minke Whale, 1 Mola Mola (Sun Fish)
4-4-163 Humpback Whales, 3 Fin Whales, 3 Minke Whales
4-3-164 Gray Whales, 1 Fin Whale, 1 Humpback Whale, 1 Basking Shark, Common Dolphin
4-2-165 Gray Whales, 3 Humpback Whales, Common Dolphin
4-1-165 Gray Whales, 1 Humpback Whale, 3 Basking Sharks, Common Dolphin
3-31-167 Gray Whales, 1 Fin Whale, Common Dolphin
3-30-162 Gray Whales, 2 Fin Whales, Common Dolphin
3-29-163 Humpback Whales, 1 Gray Whale, White Sided Dolphin, Common Dolphin
3-28-168 Gray Whales, 1 Humpback Whale, 1 Fin Whale, White Sided Dolphin, Common Dolphin
3-27-164 Humpback Whales, 3 Gray Whales, 3 Fin Whales, Common Dolphin
3-26-168 Fin Whales, 7 Gray Whales, Common Dolphin
3-25-1614 Gray Whales, 1 Brydes Whale, 1 Humpback Whale, White Sided Dolphin, Common Dolphin
3-24-1610 Gray Whales, 2 Humpback Whales, Common Dolphin
3-23-1619 Gray Whales, 2 Humpback Whales, White Sided Dolphin, Common Dolphin
3-22-1612 Gray Whales
3-21-1620 Gray Whales, White Sided Dolphin, Common Dolphin
3-20-1617 Gray Whales, Bottlenose Dolphin, Common Dolphin
3-19-1623 Gray Whales, 20 False Killer Whales, 2 Fin Whales, Common Dolphin
3-18-1611 Gray Whales, 9 Fin Whales, White Sided Dolphin, Common Dolphin
3-17-163 Fin Whales, Common Dolphin
3-16-167 Gray Whales, 1 Humpback Whale, Common Dolphin
3-15-1645 Gray Whales, White Sided Dolphin, Common Dolphin
3-14-1611 Gray Whales, Common Dolphins
3-13-1621 Gray Whales
3-12-1644 Gray Whales, 2 Humpback Whales, Common Dolphin
3-11-169 Gray Whales, Common Dolphin
3-10-1614 Gray Whales,1 Humpback Whale
3-9-1619 Gray Whales, Common Dolphin
3-8-1622 Gray Whales, Common Dolphin
3-7-16No trips today due to weather conditions
3-6-166 Gray Whales, Common Dolphin
3-5-1645 Gray Whales, 9 Humpback Whales, White Sided Dolphin, Common Dolphin
3-4-1642 Gray Whales, 1 Humpback Whale, White Sided Dolphin
3-3-1633 Gray Whales. Common Dolphins
3-2-1642 Gray Whales, 4 Humpback Whales, White Sided Dolphin, Common Dolphin
3-1-1638 Gray Whales, White Sided Dolphin, Common Dolphin
2-29-1628 Gray Whales, Common Dolphins
2-28-1634 Gray Whales, 1 Elephant Seal, Bottlenose Dolphin, Common Dolphin
2-27-1616 Gray Whales, Common Dolphin
2-26-1627 Gray Whales, Common Dolphin
2-25-169 Gray Whales,1 Humpback Whale, 1 Fin Whale, Common Dolphin
2-24-164 Gray Whales, 2 Humpback Whales, Common Dolphin
2-23-1612 Gray Whales, 3 Fin Whales, 2 Humpback Whales, White Sided Dolphin, Common Dolphin
2-22-166 Gray Whales, Common Dolphin
2-21-1618 Gray Whales, 2 Humpback Whales
2-20-1618 Gray Whales, Common Dolphin
2-19-1619 Gray Whales, 1 Fin Whale, Common Dolphins
2-18-163 Gray Whales, 2 Humpback Whales, Common Dolphin
2-17-1612 Gray Whales, 2 Humpback Whales, 1 Fin Whale, Common Dolphin
2-16-1610 Gray Whales, Common Dolphin
2-15-167 Gray Whales, 1 Humpback Whale, Pacific White Sided Dolphin, Common Dolphin
2-14-168 Gray Whales, Common Dolphin
2-13-1619 Gray Whales, White Sided Dolphin, Common Dolphin
2-12-167 Gray Whales, Common Dolphin
2-11-1610 Gray Whales, White Sided Dolphin, Common Dolphin
2-10-169 Gray Whales, Common Dolphin
2-9-166 Gray Whales, White Sided Dolphin, Common Dolphin
2-8-1614 Gray Whales, White Sided Dolphin, Common Dolphin
2-7-1610 Gray Whales, Common Dolphin
2-6-168 Gray Whales, Common Dolphin
2-5-168 Gray Whales
2-4-165 Gray Whales, Common Dolphin
2-3-169 Gray Whales, White Sided Dolphin
2-2-1616 Gray Whales, Common Dolphin
2-1-16No trips today due to weather conditions.
1-31-16No trips today due to weather conditions.
1-30-1614 Gray Whales, White Sided Dolphin, Common Dolphin
1-29-1610 Gray Whales, Common Dolphin
1-28-1611 Gray Whales, 1 Humpback Whale, Bottlenose Dolphin, Common Dolphin
1-27-1612 Gray Whales, Common Dolphin
1-26-1610 Gray Whales, White Sided Dolphin
1-25-1614 Gray Whales, White Sided Dolphin
1-24-1621 Gray Whales, 2 Fin Whales, 1 Elephant Seal, Bottlenose Dolphin, White Sided Dolphin, Common Dolphin
1-23-1618 Gray Whales, 1 Fin Whale, 1 Mola Mola (Ocean Sunfish), Common Dolphin
1-22-168 Gray Whales, 1 Humpback Whale
1-21-161 Gray Whale, Common Dolphin, Pacific White Sided Dolphin
1-20-165 Gray Whales, Common Dolphin
1-19-161 Gray Whale, 1 Mola Mola (Ocean Sunfish)
1-18-168 Gray Whales, White Sided Dolphin, Common Dolphin
1-17-162 Gray Whales, Common Dolphin
1-16-1614 Gray Whales, Pacific White Sided Dolphin, Common Dolphin, Bottlenose Dolphin
1-15-165 Gray Whales, Common Dolphin
1-14-167 Gray Whales, Common Dolphin
1-13-16Common Dolphin
1-12-1614 Gray Whales
1-11-162 Gray Whales, Common Dolphin
1-10-167 Gray Whales, Common Dolphin
1-9-161 Gray Whale, Bottlenose Dolphin
1-8-165 Gray Whales, Bottlenose Dolphin, Common Dolphin
1-7-161 Humpback, White Sided Dolphin, Common Dolphin
1-6-164 Gray Whales
1-5-16No trips today due to weather
1-4-16No trips today due to weather
1-3-163 Gray Whales, Common Dolphin
1-2-163 Gray Whales, Common Dolphin
1-1-164 Gray Whales, Bottlenose Dolphin, Common Dolphin
12-31-153 Gray Whales, 2 Humpback Whales, Common Dolphin
12-30-153 Gray Whales, Common Dolphin
12-29-153 Gray Whales, Common Dolphins
12-28-152 Gray Whales, 1 Humpback Whale, Common Dolphin
12-27-152 Gray Whales, Common Dolphin
12-26-151 Gray Whale, Common Dolphin
12-25-15Merry Christmas!!!
12-24-15Common Dolphin
12-23-15Common Dolphin
12-22-15No trips today due to weather conditions
12-21-1510 Gray Whales
12-20-153 Gray Whales
12-19-152 Gray Whales, 1 Humpback Whale, Common Dolphin
12-18-15Common Dolphin
12-17-152 Gray Whales
12-16-15Common Dolphin
12-15-159 Gray Whales, Common Dolphin
12-14-15No trips today due to weather conditions
12-13-154 Gray Whales, Bottlenose Dolphin
12-12-154 Gray Whales
12-11-15No trips today due to weather conditions
12-10-15Common Dolphin
12-9-151 Humpback Whale, Common Dolphin
12-8-152 Gray Whales, Common Dolphin, Bottlenose Dolphin
12-7-15Common Dolphin
12-6-151 Humpback Whale, Common Dolphin
12-5-151 Humpback Whale, Common Dolphin
12-4-15Common Dolphin
12-3-152 Gray Whales, Common Dolphin
12-2-15Common Dolphin
12-1-151 Gray Whale, Common Dolphin, White Sided Dolphin
11-29-15White Sided Dolphin, Common Dolphin
11-28-153 Humpback Whales, Common Dolphin
11-27-152 Fin Whales, Common Dolphin
11-26-15THANKSGIVING
11-25-15No trips today due to weather
11-24-153 Humpback Whales, Common Dolphin
11-23-15White Sided Dolphin, Common Dolphin
11-22-152 Humpback Whales, Common Dolphin
11-21-151 Gray Whale, 1 Humpback Whale, White Sided Dolphin, Common Dolphin
11-20-152 Humpback Whales, White Sided Dolphin, Common Dolphin
11-19-151 Humpback Whale, Common Dolphin
11-18-15Common Dolphin
11-17-15 Common Dolphin
11-16-15No Trips Today
11-15-15Common Dolphin
11-14-15White Sided Dolphin, Common Dolphin
11-13-15White Sided Dolphin, Common Dolphin
11-12-153 Humpback Whales
11-11-15Bottlenose Dolphin, White Sided Dolphin, Common Dolphin
11-10-15Common Dolphin
11-9-152 Humpback Whales
11-8-151 Humpback Whale, Common Dolphin
11-7-15Common Dolphin
11-6-154 Humpback Whales, 1 Minke Whale, White Sided Dolphin, Common Dolphin
11-5-15White Sided Dolphin, Common Dolphin
11-4-15Common Dolphin
11-3-151 Humpback Whale, Common Dolphin
11-2-151 Humpback Whale, Common Dolphin
11-1-15White Sided Dolphin, Common Dolphin
10-31-152 Humpback Whales, Common Dolphin
10-30-15Common Dolphin
10-29-15Common Dolphin
10-28-15Common Dolphin
10-27-151 Humpback Whale, Common Dolphin
10-26-15Common Dolphin
10-25-15Common Dolphin
10-24-151 Humpback Whale, Common Dolphin
10-23-151 Humpback Whale, Common Dolphin
10-22-151 Humpback Whale, Common Dolphin
10-21-15Common Dolphin
10-20-154 Humpback Whales, Common Dolphin
10-19-15Common Dolphin
10-18-15White Sided Dolphin, Common Dolphin
10-17-153 Humpback Whales, Common Dolphin
10-16-15Common Dolphin
10-15-15Common Dolphin
10-14-151 Humpback Whale, Common Dolphin
10-13-1540 Pilot Whales, 1 Humpback Whale, Common Dolphin
10-12-15 Common Dolphin
10-11-151 Minke Whale, Common Dolphin
10-10-153 Humpback Whales, Common Dolphin
10-9-151 Blue Whale, 1 Fin Whale, Common Dolphin
10-8-151 Minke Whale, Common Dolphin
10-7-152 Humpback Whales, Common Dolphin
10-6-15Common Dolphin
10-5-15 1 Humpback Whale, Common Dolphin
10-4-152 Humpback Whales, Common Dolphin
10-3-151 Humpback Whale, Common Dolphin
10-2-15Common Dolphin
10-1-151 Whale Shark, Common Dolphin
9-30-15White Sided Dolphin, Bottlenose Dolphin, Common Dolphin
9-29-152 Humpback Whales, Common Dolphin, White Sided Dolphin, Bottlenose Dolphin
9-28-153 Humpback Whales, Common Dolphin
9-27-153 Humpback Whales, Common Dolphin
9-26-15White Sided Dolphin, Common Dolphin
9-25-15Bottlenose Dolphin, White Sided Dolphin, Common Dolphin
9-24-15Common Dolphin
9-23-152 Humpback Whales, Common Dolphin
9-22-151 Humpback Whale, Common Dolphin
9-21-15Common Dolphin
9-20-151 Blue Whale, 1 Humpback Whale, Common Dolphin
9-19-153 Humpback Whales, Common Dolphin
9-18-154 Minke Whales, White Sided Dolphin, Common Dolphin
9-17-152 Humpback Whales
9-16-151 Minke Whale, Common Dolphin
9-15-153 Humpback Whales, 1 Minke Whale, White Sided Dolphin, Common Dolphin
9-14-151 Blue Whale, Common Dolphin
9-13-151 Minke Whale, Common Dolphin
9-12-151 Hammerhead Shark, Common Dolphin
9-11-159 Minke Whales, 1 Whale Shark, Common Dolphin
9-10-159 Minke Whales, Common Dolphin
9-9-1516 Orca Whales (Killer Whales), 2 Brydes Whales, 1 Blue Whale, 1 Minke Whale, White Sided Dolphin, Common Dolphin
9-8-15Risso Dolphin
9-7-153 Blue Whales, Common Dolphin
9-6-152 Blue Whales, 1 Humpback Whale, Common Dolphin
9-5-154 Blue Whales, Common Dolphin
9-4-153 Blue Whales, 1 Humpback Whale, Common Dolphin
9-3-153 Blue Whales, 1 Hammerhead Shark, Common Dolphin
9-2-153 Blue Whales, Common Dolphin
9-1-157 Blue Whales, 1 Humpback Whale, Common Dolphin
8-31-156 Blue Whales, 1 Minke Whale, 2 Humpback Whales, 2 Hammerhead Sharks, Common Dolphin
8-30-155 Blue Whales, 1 Minkie Whale, White Sided Dolphin, Common Dolphin
8-29-152 Blue Whales, Bottlenose Dolphin, Common Dolphin
8-28-153 Blue Whales, 1 Minkie Whale, 1 Brydes Whale, Common Dolphin
8-27-154 Blue Whales, Bottlenose Dolphin, Common Dolphin
8-26-154 Blue Whales, Common Dolphin
8-25-153 Blue Whales, Common Dolphins
8-24-153 Blue Whales , 2 Humpback Whales, Common Dolphins
8-23-154 Blue Whales, 2 Minke Whales, 2 Humpback Whales, Common Dolphins
8-22-158 Blue Whales, 1 Humpback Whale, Bottlenose Dolphin, Common Dolphin
8-21-153 Blue Whales, 1 Minke Whale, Bottlenose Dolphin
8-20-1511 Blue Whales, 1 Humpback Whale, Bottlenose Dolphin, Common Dolphin
8-19-157 Blue Whales, 1 Fin Whale, 1 Humpback Whale, Common Dolphin
8-18-1515 Blue Whales, 1 Humpback, Common Dolphin
8-17-1510 Blue Whales, 1 Fin Whale, 1 Humpback Whale, Common Dolphin
8-16-1512 Blue Whales
8-15-1514 Blue Whales, Common Dolphin
8-14-151 Hammerhead Shark, 1 Fin Whale, Common Dolphin, Bottlenose Dolphin
8-13-154 Blue Whales, Common Dolphin
8-12-15Risso Dolphin, Bottlenose Dolphin, Common Dolphin
8-11-151 Blue Whale, 2 Minke Whales, Common Dolphin
8-10-151 Hammerhead Shark, Common Dolphin
8-9-152 Minke Whales, 1 Brydes Whale, 1 Humpback Whale, Common Dolphin, Bottlenose Dolphin
8-8-151 Minke Whale, 1 Brydes Whale, 2 Fin Whales, Common Dolphin
8-7-151 Minke Whale, Common Dolphin, Bottlenose Dolphin
8-6-151 Humpback Whale, Common Dolphin
8-5-151 Humpback Whale, Common Dolphin
8-4-153 Blue Whales, Common Dolphin
8-3-153 Blue Whales, Common Dolphin
8-2-151 Blue Whale, 1 Brydes Whale, Common Dolphin
8-1-158 Blue Whales, Bottlenose Dolphin, Common Dolphin
7-31-152 Blue Whales, 1 Humpback Whale, Bottlenose Dolphin, Common Dolphin
7-30-158 Blue Whales, 1 Minkie Whale, 1 Fin Whale, Common Dolphin
7-29-152 Blue Whales, Common Dolphin
7-28-154 Brydes Whales, 2 Minkie Whales, 1 Humpback Whale, 1 Fin Whale, Common Dolphin
7-27-154 Humpback Whales, 1 Blue Whale, Common Dolphin
7-26-151 Humpback Whale, 1 Minkie Whale, Common Dolphin
7-25-152 Humpback Whales, 1 Minkie Whale, Common Dolphin
7-24-155 Fin Whales, 5 Humpback Whales, Common Dolphin
7-23-156 Blue Whales, 1 Humpback Whale, Common Dolphin
7-22-154 Blue Whales, 1 Humpback Whale, Common Dolphin
7-21-159 Blue Whales, 2 Humpback Whales, Common Dolphin
7-20-153 Minke Whales, Common Dolphin
7-19-152 Blue Whales, Common Dolphin
7-18-151 Blue Whale, 1 Minkie Whale, Bottlenose Dolphin, Common Dolphin

7-17-153 Blue Whales, 3 Minkie Whales, 2 Humpback Whales, Common Dolphin
7-16-154 Minkie Whales, 1 Blue Whale, Common Dolphin
7-15-154 Minke Whales, 2 Fin Whales, 2 Blue Whales, Common Dolphin
7-14-156 Blue Whales, Common Dolphin
7-13-1511 Blue Whales, 3 Minke Whales, 1 Brydes Whale, 1 Humpback Whale, Common Dolphin, Bottlenose Dolphin
7-12-159 Blue Whales, Common Dolphin
7-11-1519 Blue Whales, Common Dolphin
7-10-1515 Blue Whales, Common Dolphin
7-9-1525 Blue Whales, 2 Fin Whales, 2 Minkie Whales, Common Dolphin
7-8-1512 Blue Whales, 1 Humpback Whale, 1 Minkie Whale, Bottlenose Dolphin, Common Dolphin
7-7-151 Brydes Whale, 10 Blue Whales, 1 Minke Whale, Common Dolphin
7-6-154 Blue Whales, 1 Fin Whale, 1 Minke Whale, 1 Humpback Whale, Common Dolphin
7-5-151 Fin Whale, 1 Humpback Whale, Common Dolphin
7-4-152 Blue Whales, 1 Humpback Whale, Bottlenose Dolphin, Common Dolphin, Pacific White-Sided Dolphin
7-3-157 Blue Whales, 4 Minkie Whales, 1 Fin Whale, 1 Humpback Whale, Common Dolphin
7-2-152 Blue Whales, 2 Humpback Whales, Bottlenose Dolphin, Common Dolphin
7-1-151 Fin Whale, 1 Minke Whale, Common Dolphin
6-30-153 Blue Whales, 1 Humpback Whale, Common Dolphin
6-29-15Common Dolphin
6-28-152 Blue Whales, 1 Fin Whale, Common Dolphin
6-27-15Common Dolphin
6-26-156 Blue Whales, Risso Dolphin, Common Dolphin
6-25-151 Fin Whale, 1 Humpback Whale, Common Dolphin
6-24-151 Humpback Whale, Common Dolphin
6-23-154 Blue Whales, 1 Minke Whale, Common Dolphin
6-22-151 Blue Whale, Common Dolphin
6-21-154 Brydes Whales, 3 Fin Whales, 2 Humpback Whales, Common Dolphin
6-20-158 Humpback Whales, Common Dolphin
6-19-153 Humpback Whales, 1 Minke Whale, 1 Fin Whale, Common Dolphin
6-18-153 Humpback Whales, 1 Minke Whale, Common Dolphin
6-17-15Common Dolphin, Bottlenose Dolphin
6-16-156 Blue Whales
6-15-155 Blue Whales, 1 Fin Whale, Common Dolphin
6-14-154 Blue Whales, Common Dolphin
6-13-151 Fin Whale, Bottlenose Dolphin, Common Dolphin
6-12-15Bottlenose Dolphin, Common Dolphin
6-11-152 Fin Whales, Bottlenose Dolphin, Common Dolphin
6-10-152 Fin Whales, Bottlenose Dolphin
6-9-152 Blue Whales, 1 Fin Whale
6-8-15Common Dolphin
6-7-152 Fin Whales, 2 Minkie Whales, 1 Brydes Whale, Common Dolphin
6-6-152 Fin Whales, Risso Dolphin, Common Dolphin
6-5-156 Blue Whales, 2 Humpback Whales, 2 Minke Whales, Bottlenose Dolphin, Common Dolphin
6-4-151 Blue Whale, Common Dolphin
6-3-152 Humpback Whales, 2 Fin Whales, 2 Minke Whales, Common Dolphin
6-2-153 Blue Whales, 2 Humpback Whales, 1 Fin Whale, Common Dolphins
6-1-151 Blue Whale, Common Dolphin
5-31-151 Blue Whale, Common Dolphin
5-30-154 Gray Whales, 2 Blue Whales, Common Dolphin
5-29-153 Blue Whales, 1 Humpback Whale, Common Dolphin
5-28-152 Blue Whales, 3 Humpback Whales, Common Dolphin
5-27-151 Blue Whale, Common Dolphin
5-26-151 Bryde's Whale, 5 Fin Whales, Common Dolphin
5-25-151 Loggerhead Sea Turtle, 30-40 Pilot Whales, 8 Fin Whales, 2 Gray Whales, 1 Blue Whale, Risso Dolphin, Common Dolphin, Bottlenose Dolphin
5-24-156 Fin Whales, White Sided Dolphin, Common Dolphin
5-23-153 Humpback Whales, 2 Blue Whales, Common Dolphin
5-22-154 Blue Whales, Common Dolphin
5-21-151 Blue Whale, 1 Humpback Whale, 1 Fin Whale, Common Dolphin
5-20-152 Gray Whales, Common Dolphin
5-19-15Common Dolphin
5-18-154 Gray Whales, White Sided Doplhin, Common Dolphin
5-17-155 Gray Whales, Common Dolphin, White Sided Dolphin
5-16-155 Gray Whales
5-15-15Common Dolphin
5-14-154 Gray Whales, Common Dolphin
5-13-154 Gray Whales, Common Dolphin, Bottlenose Dolphin
5-12-1510 Gray Whales, 1 Humpback Whale, Common Dolphin
5-11-151 Gray Whale, Common Dolphin
5-10-15Mega Pod of Common Dolphin
5-9-1512 Gray Whales, Common Dolphin
5-8-154 Gray Whales, White Sided Dolphin
5-7-1516 Gray Whales
5-6-155 Humpback Whales, 4 Gray Whales, 2 Minke Whales, Common Dolphin, White Sided Dolphin
5-5-156 Gray Whales, 5 Humpback Whales, 2 Minke Whales, 1 Blue Whale, Common Dolphin, Bottlenose Dolphin
5-4-154 Gray Whales, 1 Humpback Whale, Common Dolphin
5-3-1512 Gray Whales, 1 Humpback Whale, Common Dolphin
5-2-1514 Gray Whales
5-1-1510 Gray Whales, Common Dolphin
4-30-158 Gray Whales, Common Dolphin
4-29-152 Humpback Whales, Common Dolphin
4-28-1516 Gray Whales, White Sided Dolphin, Common Dolphin
4-27-154 Gray Whales, Common Dolphin, White sided Dolphin
4-26-1510 Gray Whales
4-25-1510 Gray Whales, White Sided Dolphin, Common Dolphin
4-24-156 Gray Whales, Common Dolphin
4-23-1514 Gray Whales
4-22-151 Fin Whale, Common Dolphin, White Sided Dolphin
4-21-1522 Gray Whales, Common Dolphin
4-20-153 Fin Whales, 2 Gray Whales, Common Dolphin
4-19-152 Gray Whales, Common Dolphin, Bottle Nose Dolphin
4-18-153 Fin Whales, 2 Gray Whales, Common Dolphin, Bottle Nose Dolphin
4-17-155 Gray Whales , 1 Fin Whale, Common Dolphin
4-16-1510 Gray Whales, Common Dolphin
4-15-1511 Gray Whales, Common Dolphin
4-14-157 Gray Whales, Common Dolphin
4-13-154 Gray Whales, Common Dolphin, Bottlenose Dolphin, White Sided Dolphin
4-12-155 Gray Whales, 1 Humpback Whale
4-11-152 Fin Whales, 1 Minkie Whale, Common Dolphin
4-10-156 Gray Whales, 2 Fin Whales, Common Dolphin
4-9-157 Gray Whales, Common Dolphin
4-8-155 Gray Whales, 2 Humpback Whales, Common Dolphin
4-7-156 Gray Whales, 2 Fin Whales, common Dolphin, Bottle Nose Dolphin
4-6-159 Fin whale, 1 Gray Whale, Whitesided Dolphin, Bottlenose Dolphin, Common Dolphin
4-5-158 Gray Whales, Common Dolphin
4-4-151 Gray Whale, 1 Fin Whale, Common Dolphins
4-3-158 Gray Whales, 2 Fin Whales, Common Dolphin
4-2-153 Gray Whales, 2 Fin Whales, 1 Loggerhead Turtle, Common Dolphin
4-1-154 Gray Whales, Common Dolphin
3-31-1511 Gray Whales, 5 Fin Whales, 1 Minke Whale, Bottlenose Dolphins, Common Dolphins, White Sided Dolphins
3-30-152 Fin Whales, Common Dolphins
3-29-152 Fin Whales, 1 Gray Whale, Common Dolphins
3-28-151 Humpback Whale, 1 Fin Whale, 1 Gray Whale, Common Dolphins
3-27-151 Blue Whale, 1 Gray Whale, Bottlenose Dolphins, Common Dolphins
3-26-158 Gray Whales, Common Dolphins
3-25-1511 Gray Whale, 1 Fin Whale, Common Dolphins, White sided Dolphins
3-24-1528 Gray Whales, Common and Pacific White Sided Dolphin
3-23-1524 Gray Whales, Common and Pacific White Sided Dolphin
3-22-1514 Gray Whales, 2 Fin Whales, Common Dolphins
3-21-1525 Gray Whales, Common Dolphins, White Sided Dolphins
3-20-151 Blue Whale, 28 Gray Whales, Common Dolphin
3-19-1552 Gray Whales, Common Dolphins, White Sided Dolphin
3-18-1513 Gray Whales, Common Dolphin
3-17-1534 Gray Whales and Commons
3-16-1510 Grays, 1 Fin Whale, Common and Pacific White Sided Dolphin
3-15-1536 Gray Whales, 2 Fin Whales, Common and Pacific White Sided Dolphin
3-14-1563 Gray Whales, 3 Fin Whales, Common Dolphins, White Sided Dolphins
3-13-158 Gray Whales, 2 Fin Whales, Common Dolphins
3-12-1510 Gray Whales, Common Dolphins
3-11-1515 Gray Whales, Common Dolphins
3-10-1525 Gray Whales
3-9-1538 Gray Whales, Common, Bottlenose and Pacific White Sided Dolphin
3-8-1569 Gray Whales, Common Dolphins
3-7-1561 Gray Whales, White Sided Dolphins, Common Dolphins
3-6-1512 Gray Whales, 1 Humpback Whale, White Sided Dolphins, Common Dolphins
3-5-159 Gray Whales, 1 Fin Whale, Common Dolphins
3-4-159 Gray Whales
3-3-1511 Gray Whales, 1 Humpback Whale, 1 Fin Whale, Common and Bottle nose Dolphin
3-2-158 Gray Whales and Bottle nose Dolphin
3-1-1516 Gray Whales
2-28-158 Gray Whales
2-27-1510 Gray Whales
2-26-1512 Gray Whales, White Sided Dolphins, Common Dolphins
2-25-159 Gray Whales, White Sided Dolphins
2-24-1512 Gray Whales
2-23-1522 Gray Whales, Common and Pacific White Sided Dolphin
2-22-157 Gray Whales
2-21-1516 Gray Whales, 4 Fin Whales, Common Dolphins, Bottlenose Dolphins
2-20-1512 Gray Whales, Common Dolphins, White Sided Dolphins, Bottlenose Dolphins
2-19-1519 Gray Whales, Common Dolphins
2-18-1511 Gray Whales, Common and Bottlenose Dolphin
2-17-1516 Gray Whales, 1 Humpback Whale and Common Dolphin
2-16-1519 Gray Whales, 2 Fin Whales, Bottlenose and Pacific White Sided Dolphin
2-15-1512 Gray Whales, White Sided Dolphins, Common Dolphins
2-14-1518 Gray Whales, 2 Humpback Whales, 1 Fin Whale, White Sided Dolphins, Common Dolphins
2-13-1511 Gray Whales, 2 Humpback Whales, White Sided Dolphins, Common Dolphins
2-12-1511 Gray Whales, 1 Humpback Whale
2-11-156 Gray Whales, 1 Humpback Whale, Bottlenose Dolphins
2-10-1523 Gray Whales, Common and Bottlenose Dolphins
2-09-158 Gray Whales
2-8-1528 Gray Whales
2-7-159 Gray Whales, 1 Fin Whale, White Sided Dolphins, Common Dolphins
2-6-1522 Gray Whales, Common Dolphin
2-5-156 Gray Whales
2-4-1514 Gray Whales
2-3-1527 Gray Whales
2-2-1519 Gray Whales, 1 Humpback Whale, Common and Bottlenose Dolphin
2-1-1512 Gray Whales
1-31-1514 Gray Whales
1-30-1525 Gray Whales, White Sided Dolphins, Common Dolphins
1-29-159 Gray Whales, Common Dolphins
1-28-1521 Gray Whales, White Sided Dolphins
1-27-1523 Gray Whales, 1 Humpback Whale, Common and Pacific White Sided Dolphin
1-26-15 19 Gray Whales and Common Dolphin
1-25-1560 Gray Whales total, Including 1 baby Calf. (45 alone on our 8hr Trip.) Common Dolphins, White Sided Dolphins
1-24-157 Gray Whales and 2 Babies
1-23-1515 Gray Whales, Bottlenose Dolphins, Common Dolphins
1-22-151 Gray Whale, Risso Dolphins, Bottlenose Dolphins, Common Dolphins
1-21-155 Gray Whales, White Sided Dolphins, Common Dolphins
1-20-1514 Gray Whales/1 Baby Gray, Commons and Pacific White Sided Dolphin
1-19-156 Gray Whales, Pacific White Sided and Common Dolphin
1-18-152 Gray Whales W/ Baby Calves , Common Dolphin, White Sided Dolphin
1-17-152 Gray Whales, Common Dolphin
1-16-155 Killer Whales ( Orcas ), 1 Gray Whale, Common Dolphins
1-15-157 Gray Whales
1-14-152 Gray Whales, Common and Pacific White Sided Dolphin
1-13-1517 Gray Whales/2 Babies, and Pacific Whitesided Dolphin
1-12-152 Gray Whales, White Sided Dolphins, Common Dolphins
1-11-151 Gray Whale, 1 Fin Whale, White Sided Dolphins
1-10-156 Gray Whales, 3 Fin Whales, Common Dolphins
1-9-155 Gray Whales, Common Dolphins
1-8-156 Gray Whales, 3 Fin Whales, Whiteside Dolphins, Common Dolphins
1-7-154 Killer Whales ( Orcas )
1-6-157 Gray Whales, Common and Pacific White Sided Dolphins
1-5-152 Gray Whales, Common and Whitesided Dolphin, Dalls Porpoise and a Thresher Shark

1-4-155 Gray Whales, 3 Fin Whales, Common Dolphin
1-3-156 Gray Whales, Common Dolphins
1-2-158 Gray Whales / 1 Baby Calf and Common Dolphins
1-1-152 Gray Whales, Common Dolphin, Bottlenose Dolphin
12-31-142 Gray Whales, White Sided Dolphins, Common Dolphins
12-30-145 Gray Whales, Pacific Whitesided and Common Dolphin
12-29-1416 Gray Whales, Pacific Whitesided and Common Dolphin
12-28-148 Gray Whales, Common Dolphins
12-27-1410 Gray Whales, 1 Humpback Whale, White Sided Dolphins
12-26-145 Gray Whales and 1 Baby, Common Dolphins, White Sided Dolphins
12-25-14No trips today
12-24-1420+ Gray Whales, White Sided Dolphins
12-23-1414 Gray Whales and Common Dolphin
12-22-146 Gray Whales and Common Dolphin
12-21-141 Gray Whale, Common Dolphins
12-20-142 Gray Whales, White Sided Dolphins, Common Dolphins
12-19-141 Gray Whale, White Sided Dolphins, Common Dolphins, Bottlenose Dolphins
12-18-142 Gray Whales, White Sided Dolphins, Common Dolphins
12-17-14No Sightings Today
12-16-14Common and Whitesided Dolphin
12-15-143 Gray Whales, Common and Whitesided Dolphin
12-14-143 Gray Whales
12-13-141 Humpback Whale
12-12-14No Sightings Today
12-11-14No Sightings Today
12-10-141 Humpback Whale, White Sided Dolphins, Common Dolphins
12-9-143 Gray Whales and Common Dolphin
12-8-144 Gray Whales, Risso and Common Dolphin
12-7-141 Gray Whale, White Sided Dolphins, Common Dolphins
12-6-142 Gray Whales, White Sided Dolphins, Common Dolphins
12-5-141 Gray Whale
12-4-14No Sightings Today
12-3-14Common Dolphins
12-2-14No Trips today due to weather
12-1-14Risso Dolphin
11-30-14Common Dolphins
11-29-141 Humpback Whale and Common Dolphin
11-28-141 Humpback Whale and Common Dolphin
11-27-144 Killer Whales ( Orcas )


11-26-14No Sightings Today
11-25-141 Gray Whale and 4 Humpback Whales
11-24-142 Fin Whales and 2500 Common Dolphin
11-23-14Fin Whale and Common Dolphin
11-22-14Common Dolphins
11-21-141 Fin Whale
11-20-142 Humpback Whales, Common Dolphin
11-19-141 Humpback Whale, Common Dolphins
11-18-143 Humpback Whales, White Sided Dolphins
11-17-142 Humpbacks, 1 Fin Whale and Common Dolphin
11-16-142 Humpbacks and Common and White-sided Dolphin
11-15-145 Humpbacks, 1 Fin Whale, Common Dolphins
11-14-143 Humpback Whales, Whitesided and Commom Dolphins
11-13-142 Humpback Whales, White Sided Dolphins, Common Dolphins
11-12-141 Humpback Whale, Common Dolphins
11-11-146 Humpback Whales, Common and Bottlenose Dolphin
11-10-146 Humpback Whales, Common and Bottlenose Dolphin
11-9-143 Humpback Whales (Including Mr. October) & Common Dolphin
11-8-142 Humpback Whales, Pacific White Sided Dolphins, Common Dolphin
11-7-143 Minke Whales, 1 Humpback Whale, 1 Fin Whale, Common and Whitesided Dolphins, Elephant Seal, Harbor, Northern Fur Seal
11-6-142 Humpback Whales, Pacific White Sided Dolphin, Common Dolphin
11-5-142 Humpback Whales, Pacific White Sided Dolphins, Common Dolphins
11-4-144 Humpback Whales, Common Dolphins
11-3-144 Humpback Whales, (Including Mr. October), Common Dolphins
11-2-142 Humpback Whales, (Including Mr. October), Bottlenose & Common Dolphin
11-1-142 Humpback Whales, Common Dolphin
10-31-143 Humpback Whales, 2 Minke Whales, Common Dolphin
10-30-142 Humpback Whales, 1 Blue Whale, 1 Minkie Whale, White Sided Dolphins, Common Dolphins
10-29-141 Humpback Whale , Risso Dolphin
10-28-144 Minke Whales, Risso, Common and White sided Dolphin
10-27-142 Humpback Whale, 1 Blue Whale, 4 Minke Whales, Whitesided and Common Dolphin
10-26-14Common Dolphin
10-25-143 Humpback Whales (Including Mr. October) & Common Dolphins
10-24-142 Humpback Wales, Common Dolphin
10-23-142 Humpback Whales, 1 Minke Whale, Common Dolphin
10-22-142 Humpback Whales, (Mr. October), Risso's Dolphin, Common Dolphin
10-21-142 Humpback Whales, 2 Minkes, 1 Fin, Common Dolphins
10-20-143 Humpback Whales, Common Dolphin, Pacific White Sided Dolphin, 1 Fin Whale
10-19-144 Minke, 3 Humpback Whales, Including "Mr.October" & Common Dolphin
10-18-141 Blue, 4 Humpback, 1 Minke Whales & Common Dolphin
10-17-1440 Pilot Whales & Common Dolphin
10-16-143 Humpbacks & Common Dolphin
10-15-143 Humpback Whales, Bottlenose &; Common Dolphin
10-14-142 Minke, 3 Humpback Whales, Whitesided, Bottlenose & Common Dolphin
10-13-14Bottlenose & Common Dolphins
10-12-142 Fin Whales & Common Dolphin
10-11-14Common Dolphin
10-10-14Flying Fish, Risso's & Common Dolphin
10-09-141 Minke, Risso's & Common Dolphin
10-08-1411 Humpback Whales & Common Dolphin
10-07-14Common Dolphin
10-06-14100+ Sperm Whales & Bottlenose Dolphins
10-05-146 Humpbacks & Common Dolphin
10-04-141 Minke, Bottlenose & Common Dolphin
10-03-148 Humpback Whales & Common Dolphin
10-02-144 Humpback, 1 Minke Whale & Common Dolphin
10-01-141 Minke Whale & Common Dolphin
9-30-141 Blue Whale & Common Dolphin
9-29-143 Humpback Whales & Common Dolphins
9-28-141 Humpback Whale, Risso's & Common Dolphin
9-27-14Common Dolphin
9-26-142 Humpback Whales & Common Dolphin
9-25-143 Humpback, 2 Minke Whales & Common Dolphin
9-24-143 Humpback Whales & Common Dolphin
9-23-14Common Dolphins
9-22-14Bottlenose & Common Dolphins
9-21-143 Blues, 1 Minke Whale & Common Dolphin
9-20-142 Blues, 2 Minke Whales & Common
9-19-141 Blue Whale & Common Dolphin
9-18-143 Blue Whales & Common Dolphin
9-17-147 Blue Whales
9-16-145 Blue, 1 Minke Whale & Common Dolphins
9-15-147 Blue Whales, Bottlenose & Common Dolphins
9-14-142 Blue Whales & Common Dolphin
9-13-141 Blue, 1 Fin Whale, Bottlenose & Common Dolphin
9-12-143 Blues, 1 Fin Whale, Bottlenose & Common Dolphin
9-11-144 Blues, 3 Humpback Whales, & 1 Elephant Seal
9-10-146 Blue Whales & Common Dolphin
9-9-141 Humpback Whale & Common Dolphins
9-8-141 Blue, 1 Humpback, 1 Minke Whale, & Common Dolphins
9-7-141 Blue, 1 Humpback, 1 Minke Whale, & Common Dolphins
9-6-148 Blue, 1 Minke,
1 Humpback Whale, Mola Mola, 1 Hammerhead Shark & Common Dolphin
9-5-144 Blue, 1 Humpback Whale & Common Dolphin
9-4-1410 Blue Whales & Common Dolphin
9-3-141 Blue, 1 Entangled Gray Whale & Bottlenose Dolphin
9-2-145 Blues, 1 Minke Whale & Common Dolphin
9-1-145 Blue Whales, Bottlenose & Common Dolphin
8-31-147 Blue Whales & Common Dolphin
8-30-147 Blue Whales & Common Dolphin
8-29-1410 Blue Whales & Common Dolphin
8-28-1411 Blue Whales & Bottlenose Dolphin
8-27-141 Blue Whale, Large Swells Day
8-26-143 Blue Whales, Bottlenose & Common Dolphin
8-25-144 Blues, 2 Fin Whales & Common Dolphin
8-24-143 Blue & 3 Fin Whales & "By the wind sailers"
8-23-144 Blues, 1 Humpback Whale, Bottlenose, "By the wind sailers" & Common Dolphin
8-22-14Common Dolphin & "By the wind sailers"
8-21-141 Minke Whale & Common Dolphin
8-20-148 Blue Whales & Common Dolphin
8-19-145 Blue Whales & Common Dolphin
8-18-142 Blue Whales, Bottlenose & Common Dolphin
8-17-147 Blue Whales & Common Dolphin
8-16-1422 Blue Whales & Common Dolphin
8-15-1418 Blue Whales
8-14-1416 Blue Whales
8-13-148 Blues, 3 Minke Whales, Bottlenose & Common Dolphin
8-12-142 Blue Whales & Pod of Common Dolphin
8-11-143 Blue Whales, 2 Hammerheads, Bottlenose & Common Dolphin
8-10-144 Blue Whales, Bottlenose & Common Dolphin
8-9-141 Blue Whale & Common Dolphin
8-8-141 Blue Whale, 1 Minke & Common Dolphin
8-7-14Common Dolphin
8-6-142 Blue Whales, Bottlenose & Common Dolphin
8-5-142 Blue Whales & Common Dolphin
8-4-144 Blue Whales, 1 Great White Shark, Bottlenose & Common Dolphin
8-3-147 Blue Whales, Bottlenose & Common Dolphin
8-2-14Bottlenose & Common Dolphin
8-1-145 Blue Whales & Common Dolphin
7-31-1410 Blue Whales & Common Dolphin
7-30-147 Blues, 10 Pilot Whale, 1 Minke Whale & Common Dolphin
7-29-144 Blue, 1 Minke, 8 Humpbacks (Cow/Calf), Bottlenose & Common Dolphin
7-28-144 Blue Whales & Bottlenose Dolphin
7-27-1411 Blue, 10 Minke, 4 Humpback Whales, Bottlenose & Common Dolphin
7-26-144 Blue, 4 Humpback Whales & Common Dolphin
7-25-144 Blue Whales & Common Dolphin
7-24-144 Blue Whales & Common Dolphin
7-23-144 Blue, 2 Humpback Whales, 1 Hammerhead Shark & Common Dolphin
7-22-141 Blue, 1 Bryde's, 1 Minke Whale & Common Dolphin
7-21-144 Blue, 2 Humpback Whales & Common Dolphin
7-20-144 Humpback Whales, 1 Fin Whale, Risso's Bottlenose & Common Dolphin
7-19-141 Blue, 1 Fin Whale, Risso's, Bottlenose & Common Dolphin
7-18-1417 Blue Whales, Bottlenose & Common Dolphin
7-17-146 Blue, 4 Fin Whales & Common Dolphin
7-16-142 Blue Whales & Common Dolphin
7-15-144 Blue, 5 Pilot Whales, 1 Hammerhead Shark, Bottlenose & Common Dolphin
7-14-1412 Blue Whales, 1 Hammerhead Shark, 1 Great White Shark, 1 Mola Mola & Common Dolphin
7-13-145 Blue Whales & 1 Hammerhead Shark
7-12-143 Blue Whales, 1 Hammerhead Shark, Elephant Seals, Bottlenose & Common Dolphin
7-11-144 Blue Whales, Bottlenose & Common Dolphin
7-10-1410 Blue Whales, Bottlenose & Common Dolphin
7-9-144 Blue Whales, Bottlenose & Common Dolphin
7-8-147 Blue Whales, Bottlnose & Common Dolphin
7-7-147 Blue Whales & Common Dolphin
7-6-143 Blue Whales, Bottlenose and Mega Pod of Common dolphin
7-5-141 Gray Whale, Bottlenose & Common Dolphin
7-4-141 Mola Mola, Bottlenose & Common Dolphin
7-3-14Bottlenose & a Mega Pod of Common Dolphin
7-2-141 Hammerhead Shark & Common Dolphin
7-1-145 Fin Whales, Bottlnose & Common Dolphin
6-30-14Mega Pod of Bottlenose & Common Dolphin
6-29-142 Blue Whales
6-28-142 Blue Whales, 1 Gray Whale, & Bottlenose Dolphin
6-27-14Mega Pod of Common Dolphin, Bottlenose Dolphin, 1 Mola Mola, 1 Great White Shark
6-26-14Common & Bottlenose Dolphin
6-25-14Common Dolphin
6-24-142 Humpback Whales, Mega Pod of Common Dolphin
6-23-144 Blue Whales, Elephant Seal, & Common Dolphin
6-22-141 Minke Whale, Mega Pod Common Dolphins
6-21-14Common & BOttlenose Dolphin
6-20-143 Minkes & Common Dolphin
6-19-14Common Dolphin
6-18-14Common Dolphin
6-17-14Common & Bottlenose Dolphin
6-16-14Common Dolphin
6-15-14Common Dolphin
6-14-14Common & Bottlenose Dolphin
6-13-14Common & Bottlenose Dolphin
6-12-14Common & Bottlenose Dolphin
6-11-14Common & Bottlenose Dolphin
6-10-14Common & Bottlenose Dolphin
6-9-14Common & Bottlenose Dolphin
6-8-14Common & Bottlenose Dolphin
6-7-1430 Pilot Whale, 1 Minke Whale, Bottlenose & Common Dolphin
6-6-14Bottlenose & Common Dolphin
6-5-14Common Dolphin
6-4-142 Minke Whales & 2 Fin Whales
6-3-147 Fin Whales, 1 Minke Whale, & Bottlenose Dolphins
6-2-14No Sightings
6-1-143 Blue Whales (1Calf) & Common Dolphin
5-31-14Bottlenose & Common Dolphin
5-30-14Bottlenose & Common Dolphin
5-29-14Common Dolphin
5-28-14Bottlenose & Common Dolphin
5-27-14Common Dolphin
5-26-14Bottlenose & Common Dolphin
5-25-14Bottlenose & Common Dolphins
5-24-141 Blue & Common Dolphin
5-23-142 Gray (1 Calf) & 1 Fin Whale
5-22-144 Blue Whales & Common Dolphin
5-21-144 Gray (2 Calf) & Common Dolphin
5-20-14Common Dolphin
5-19-142 Gray (1 Calf) Whales & Common Dolphins
5-18-146 Gray, 1 Minke Whale & Common Dolphins
5-17-142 Gray Whales (1 Calf)
5-16-144 Gray & 4 Minke Whales
5-15-143 Gray & 2 Fin Whales
5-14-146 Gray Whales, Common & Bottlenose Dolphin
5-13-144 Gray Whales & Common Dolphin
5-12-1414 Gray Whales & Common Dolphins
5-11-141 Gray Whale & Common Dolphins
5-10-1410 Gray Whales (3 Calf) & Common
5-9-142 Gray, 2 Humpback Whales & Bottlenose Dolphins
5-8-142 Gray Whales & Common Dolphins
5-7-14Common Dolphin
5-6-14Common Dolphin
5-5-1435 Gray, 1 Blue Whales & Common Dolphins
5-4-148 Gray Whales, (3 Calf) & Common Dolphins
5-3-1418 Gray Whales (7 Calf) & Common
5-2-148 Gray (2 Calf) 1 Minke Whale & Common Dolphins
5-1-144 Gray (2 Calf), 3 Blue Whales & Common Dolphins,
First Blue Whale Sighting!
4-30-145 Gray Whales, (2 Calf) & Common Dolphins
4-29-143 Gray Whales (1 Calf) & Common Dolphins
4-28-1410 Gray Whales & Common Dolphins
4-27-1413 Gray Whales, (3 Calf) & Common Dolphins
4-26-14No trips, due to bad weather
4-25-143 Gray Whales & Common Dolphins
4-24-1412 Gray (3 Calf), 1 Minke Whale & Common Dolphins
4-23-149 Gray Whales, (2 Calf)
4-22-146 Gray Whales (2 Calf), Bottlenose & Common Dolphins
4-21-1418 Gray Whales, Bottlenose & Common Dolphins
4-20-141 Minke Whale & Common Dolphins
4-19-146 Gray Whales (3 Calf) & Common Dolphins
4-18-141 Minke Whale & Common Dolphins
4-17-145 Gray Whales (2 Calf) & Common Dolphins
4-16-142 Gray, 1 Minke Whales & Common Dolphins
4-15-144 Gray Whales (1 Calf), Whitesided, Bottlenose & Common Dolphins
4-14-148 Gray Whales & Common Dolphins
4-13-142 Gray Whales & Common Dolphins
4-12-145 Gray Whales (1 Calf) & Common Dolphins
4-11-145 Gray Whales, Whitesided & Common Dolphins
4-10-1412 Gray Whales (2 Calf) & Common Dolphins
4-9-145 Gray Whales & Common Dolphins
4-8-145 Gray (1 Calf) Whales, 1 Fin Whale & Common Dolphins
4-7-145 Gray Whales (1 Calf) & Common Dolphins
4-6-144 Gray Whales, Bottlenose & Common Dolphins + 3 Balloons
4-5-146 Gray Whales & Common Dolphins
4-4-1411 Gray Whales, Whitesided & Common Dolphins
4-3-143 Gray Whales, 1 Fin & Common Dolphins
4-2-14No trips, Due to bad weather
4-1-143 Gray Whales & Common Dolphins
3-31-1413 Gray Whales (1 Calf), Bottlenose, Whitesided & Common Dolphins
3-30-145 Gray Whales (1 Calf) & Common Dolphins
3-29-1410 Gray Whales, Bottlenose & Common Dolphins
3-28-1412 Gray Whales, Bottlenose & Common Dolphins
3-27-14Common Dolphins
3-26-143 Gray Whales & Common Dolphins
3-25-146 Gray Whales, 30+ False Killer Whales & Common Dolphins
3-24-145 Gray Whales, Whitesided & Common Dolphins
3-23-1410 Gray Whales, 1 Great White Shark, Bottlenose & Common Dolphins
3-22-1422 Gray Whales, Whitesided & Common Dolphins
3-21-1416 Gray Whales & Whitesided Dolphins
3-20-148 Gray Whales & Common Dolphins
3-19-146 Gray Whales & Common Dolphins
3-18-1410 Gray Whales, Whitesided & Common Dolphins
3-17-1415 Gray Whales & Common Dolphins
3-16-1420 Gray Whales & Common Dolphins
3-15-1431 Gray Whales, Bottlenose & Common Dolphins
3-14-1415 Gray Whales & Common Dolphins
3-13-1412 Gray Whales & False Killer Whales
3-12-143 Gray Whales, 50+ False Killer Whales & Whitesided Dolphins
3-11-146 Gray Whales & Common Dolphins
3-10-143 Gray, 2 Minke Whales, Bottlenose & Common Dolphins
3-9-1430 Gray, 2 Fin Whales, Bottlenose & Common Dolphins
3-8-1418 Gray Whales, Whitesided, Bottlenose & Common Dolphins
3-7-148 Gray Whales, Whitesided & Bottlenose Dolphins
3-6-1416 Gray Whales (2 SB) & Common Dolphins
3-5-147 Gray Whales & Common Dolphins
3-4-147 Gray Whales, Bottlenose & Common Dolphins
3-3-148 Gray Whales & Common Dolphins
3-2-1419 Gray Whales (1 NB), Offshore & Common Dolphins
3-1-1416 Gray Whales NB & Bottlenose Dolphins
2-28-14No trips due to weather
2-27-1415 Gray Whales & Common Dolphins
2-26-142 Fin Whales & Bottlenose Dolphins
2-25-143 Gray Whales, Bottlenose & Common Dolphins
2-24-141 Gray Whale, Whitesided & Common Dolphins
2-23-1413 Gray Whales (3 NB), Whitesided, Bottlenose & Common Dolphins
2-22-146 Gray Whales (2 NB), Bottlenose & Common Dolphins
2-21-146 Gray Whales (4 NB) & Common Dolphins
2-20-1415 Gray Whales & Common Dolphins
2-19-141 Gray, 2 Minke Whales, Whitesided, Bottlenose & Common Dolphins
2-18-146 Gray Whales, Sealions, Bottlenose, Whitesided, Common Dolphins
2-17-143 Gray Whales, Whitesided & Common Dolphins
2-16-1410 Gray Whales, Whitesided, Bottlenose & Common Dolphins
2-15-1413 Gray Whales, Bottlenose & Common Dolphins
2-14-144 Gray Whales & Common Dolphins
2-13-1413 Gray Whales & Common Dolphins
2-12-142 Gray Whales & Bottlenose Dolphins
2-11-147 Gray Whales, Whitesided & Common Dolphins
2-10-145 Gray Whales, Whitesided & Common Dolphins
2-9-1422 Gray Whales, Whitesided & Common Dolphins
2-8-1418 Gray Whales & Common Dolphins
2-7-149 Gray Whales, Offshore, Bottlenose & Common Dolphins
2-6-146 Gray Whales
2-5-144 Gray Whales, Bottlenose Dolphins
2-4-149 Gray Whales, Whitesided & Common Dolphins
2-3-145 Gray Whales
2-2-148 Gray Whales
2-1-148 Gray Whales, Common Dolphin
1-31-1415 Gray Whales; Bottlenose Dolphins
1-30-1412 Gray Whales & Bottlenose Dolphins
1-29-144 Gray Whales & Bottlenose Dolphins
1-28-1411 Gray Whales
1-27-142 Fin Whales (Cow & Calf), 12 Gray, Common & Bottlenose Dolphins
1-26-149 Gray Whales & Bottlenose Dolphins. 8hr Catalina trip we spotted:8 Grays, 1 Fin, 1 Minke, 1 Mako Shark, 1 Blue Shark, Bottlenose & Common Dolphins
1-25-1410 Gray & 1 Fin Whale
1-24-142 Gray Whales & Bottlenose Dolphins
1-23-144 Gray Whales & Common Dolphins
1-22-145 Gray Whales, Offshore & Bottlenose Dolphins
1-21-147 Gray Whales & Whitesided Dolphins
1-20-143 Gray Whales (2 NB) & Bottlenose Dolphins
1-19-146 Gray Whales, Bottlenose & Common Dolphins
1-18-149 Gray Whales, 3 Calf, 2 Fin Whales & Common Dolphins
1-17-142 Gray Whales & Common Dolphins
1-16-14Bottlenose Dolphins
1-15-147 Gray Whales & Bottlenose Dolphins
1-14-147 Gray Whales, Bottlenose & Common Dolphins
1-13-145 Gray Whales & Common Dolphins
1-12-147 Gray Whales & Bottlenose Dolphins
1-11-1415 Gray Whales & Bottlenose Dolphins
1-10-143 Gray Whales, Bottlenose & Common Dolphins
1-9-149 Gray Whales, Bottlenose & Common Dolphins
1-8-14Bottlenose ; Common Dolphins
1-7-1412 Gray Whales, Whitesided & Common Dolphins
1-6-1416 Gray Whales, 1 Calf, Bottlenose & Common Dolphins
1-5-149 Gray Whales, 1 Calf & Common Dolphins
1-4-1410 Gray Whales, Offshore Bottlenose & Common Dolphins
1-3-143 Gray Whales, Bottlenose & Common Dolphins
1-2-142 Gray Whales & Bottlenose Dolphins
1-1-145 Gray Whales, Bottlenose & Common Dolphins