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Archive: Mar 2020

Current steps amid latest developments

To our current and future passengers, Effective immediately we are closing down all scheduled ocean safaris until April 8th, while office hours will remain unchanged.   Though it sadness us greatly to do this, we understand this is the best course of action to keeping you and our community safe. We remain optimistic that this is short lived and look forward to the day when we can get back out on the water.  Until then, we are thinking of all of you, our passengers, our staff, our community and sending wishes of health and let’s be honest here, sanity. Any questions about current or future bookings, pleases email  [email protected] or call 831-336-2244. We appreciate your understanding and continued support as we navigate these uncharted waters. Stay well and be safe ~The team at Sea Spirit Ocean Safari

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March 16, 2020

10 whales today!

Today was a great day on the water with 2 humpback whales and 8 northbound gray whales. There was even some nice acrobatic surface activity from the grays! Additionally on our safari we saw 2 steller sea lions, mother and pup sea otter, nothern fulmars and California sea lions. The heath and safety of passengers…

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March 13, 2020

Our proactive measures-

At Sea Spirit, the health and safety of our passengers along with my staff is always my top priority. As you are likely aware, COVID-19 (coronavirus) cases have now been reported in the United States and span the globe. In light of this ongoing development, I wanted to share the proactive steps we are taking…

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March 9, 2020

Northern migrating Gray whales and returning humpbacks!

On Sunday this week we had a beautiful tour exploring the Monterey Bay while encountering some gray whales migrating back up to their Arctic summer feeding grounds. These guys have one of the longest migration routes of any animal, clocking up to 14,000 miles round trip.  Additionally we had some humpback whales returning from their…

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March 8, 2020

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