Today began with work emails & video logs & ended with a nice day on the boat. Immediately outside the harbor we saw 3 bottlenose dolphins, including Tt #13 & a very small calf (Tt = Tursiops truncatus, the scientific name for the common bottlenose dolphins). Later we encountered Romeo (#10), Split Jaw (#22), Lil’ Jess (#35) & Billy (#64). We did not get to swim with this group but we did observe them from the boat for over an hour & a half. The day ended with a quick “swim-by” of 2 spotteds. Tomorrow is added dolphin trip! Until then, Kel & Darcie
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