Today we left the dock at 15:37 to allow for a snorkel stop at the Bimini Road (aka Atlantis). Following this, we didn’t make it far into the dolphin grounds as the wind was getting progressively stronger out of the east. After we turned back to get closer to the island we saw a group of 6 bottlenose dolphins, including 1 calf. Man, did the new digital camera get a workout! Hopefully I got some good dorsal fin shots & will be able to build on the new bottlenose photo-ID catalog! Until next time, Kel
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