04-05-2012: Hard Blowing Winds and Lumpy Seas, Trip Cancelled Today

The last week has again been rough for whale watching. The winds have been really churning things up out there making for poor marine wildlife viewing condtions. That’s the bad news. The good news is that this is exactly what we need for abundant krill development. You know, whale food. With the strong winds and sunny conditions, we should start to see some large krill blooms. With that usually comes more humpbacks and blue whales.

So we’ll see what happens on Friday. But so far, Friday, Saturday and Sunday are shaping up to be fantastic days out there. Nice sun, calm conditions and hopefully abundant marine wildlife. Although, I should tell you that Saturday morning trip is sold out and Sunday we only have a handful of spots left.

If the conditions are going to be as good as we think for Saturday, we are likely going to do an afternoon trip. So give us a call if you want to go out for an afternoon trip on Saturday. It will likely be a three-hour trip. That means our price for the Saturday afternoon trip will drop to $40.00 for adults and $30.00 for children. So give us a call if you want to go out on Saturday afternoon.

Stay tuned to the Captain’s Log for what we see on Friday. It could be good.

About Michael Sack

Boat Captain, Monterey Bay marine life naturalist and guide. Photographer and Videographer.
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