2013 Sightings | September 29

This morning on the Cetacea  we went north to Scantum Basin (past Cape Ann and in New Hampshire state waters). There was a good amount of patchy fog limiting our visibility for a lot of the trip, but it cleared up toward the end. We were able to find two minke whales who only popped up for one or two breaths each, and a fin whale crossed our path at the last minute on our way home.

Atlantic white-sided dolphins

This afternoon we went north of Thatcher Island and found a pod of about 75 to 100 Atlantic white-sided dolphins. They spent some time playing near the boat, which the passengers enjoyed, but there were no large whales in the area.

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