A low maintenance day trip today unfortunately resulted in no dolphin sightings. We headed to South Bimini for fuel before leaving that dock around 1500. We successfully avoided some squalls while at sea, but returned to the dock at 1900 “empty handed.” These trips happen, and the summer’s overall sighting success rate is still almost 90%, but I can’t help but feel disappointed for the passengers who have put all of their dolphin hopes into one day. At least today’s passengers were good sports & happy to just have the day on the water. There may be a trip tomorrow, but regardless, a Bimini Undersea dolphin week begins on Sunday. Until then, Kel
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