Captain's Blog

Archive: Jan 2020

Private family ash scatterings available

a close up of a flower

Otherwise known as burial at sea, this celebration of life on the ocean can be a very meaningful peaceful and powerful way to honor your loved ones.  These events can last one or two hours and are very economically priced. If you’ve ever wondered about this or think it’s time to take the next step…

Trips every weekend now through April.

a whale jumping out of a body of water

We are open year around and have trips every weekend through the winter months (weather permitting). Come out and see these magnificent animals!!  Right now there are Humpback whales, Gray Whales and even Orcas among a plethora of other marine life!  Superbowl Sunday we will be back to the dock by 1:00pm so you still…

Humpbacks continue to amaze

a bird flying over a body of water with a mountain in the background

The weather continues to cooperate through the weekend and those humpbacks continue to amaze us!! Today’s sighting’s included humpback whales, otters, sea lions (including 2 Steller Sea lions) Harbor Seals and a plethora of marine birds including some nice pelicans.  We have 3 spots available on our 10:00am tomorrow morning- come out and join us!…

Guess how many of these beauties we saw today?

a man riding a wave on top of a body of water

There is nothing we love more than seeing these intelligent creatures gently glide below our boat, often turning sideways to sneak a glance back at us! And we are still seeing those Humpbacks!  Today’s sightings included: 15 Active inshore bottlenose dolphins Juvenile Humpback whales Jellyfish Otters Sea lions Harbor seals 6 Harbor porpoise

Mild weather stays with us on the Monterey Bay

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The weather seems to be holding  nicely regardless of the threats our weather apps continue to tell us. Our morning Safari was beautiful with cool winds and glassy ocean conditions. We encountered 4 juvenile humpback whales and were even flanked by two for about a 1/2 hour. With their alternating surface behavior we kept our…