After a relaxing day off yesterday, it was back to the dolphin boat today. We departed with a full boat at 1623 and at 1729, in 51 feet of water, we were greeted by leaping dolphins! Finn (#09), Nemo (#76) and Leslie (#80) were there at first and by the end of the day we saw Romeo (#10), Lone Star (#56), Lil’ Jess (#35), unnamed #85 & 86 and several calves. There were 3 separate water entries so there should be some good video to log next week! Another dolphin trip is on the agenda for tomorrow! Until next time, Kel
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