Hornblower Whale Watching Report - August 19-22, 2016

The lastest Hornblower Cruises & Events Whale & Dolphin Sighting Report

August 23, 2016

The Blue Whale is the largest animal that has ever lived. Bigger even than the largest dinosaur. And their migration is going on now! Hornblower Cruises & Events Whale Watching Adventures depart daily Friday - Monday.

 

August 22nd, 2016
250 common dolphins, 100 bottlenose dolphins, mola mola, bonito fish

We tried hard to find a whale but there weren’t any out there today. We saw everything that was out there though!! Started the morning with a nice pod of common dolphins, then found a school of bonito fish feeding on bait and jumping out of the water, then saw a very large mola mola, had great looks at it, very large with lots of white patches and bright yellowish lips. Then finished our morning with 100 plus bottlenose dolphin jumping out of the water and "Patches" the white patched dolphin was in the mix as well. Got great looks at everything!! Very nice day on the pacific ocean!

 

August 21st, 2016
350 common dolphins

Beautiful, sunny day with calm waters in both bay and open ocean. At least 350 common dolphin were seen, playing in the bow wave and jumping/flipping in the wake. Visitors from all over the world enjoyed the lovely day. Unfortunately, whales were not seen.

 

August 20th, 2016
2 sunfish

No whales today but we did see 2 sunfish, and had a beautiful day out on the water.

 

August 19th, 2016
2 humpback whales, 1000 common dolphins

We saw 2 humpback whales, separately with one coming close to the boat. They both fluked a couple of times. Captain did a great job positioning the boat for the best whale views. We then saw a pod of 1000 common dolphins. A very nice day on the ocean!

 

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