Bimini2010_T50_InternsThursday we set out with our fingers crossed for cooperative weather since there were some squalls in the area. As we set out around 15:30, the wind began to pick up which made for an exciting ride! Everyone held on tight and kept a sharp eye out for dolphins. After the bumpy cruise north, we turned around and slowly headed back towards the island. Seemingly out of nowhere, spotted dolphin calves appeared around 17:45, leaping toward the boat. A group of at least eight spotted dolphins came and went for about 40 minutes, including three calves, two juveniles, Trudy (#57) and two other adults. All the dolphins, especially the youngsters, seemed to be enjoying the larger waves. Eventually the dolphins gave us the slip and we headed in, with a quick swim break for everyone to cool off! Thanks to everyone for a great week of dolphin trips! 

Until Next Time,

Janan, Cat & Kel

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