Monthly Archives: June 2018

Blue Whales Everywhere!

Glassy seas in the mid Santa Barbara Channel gave way to a tiny bit of chop as the morning became the afternoon. Along with this, the stratus layer burned off and it was mostly sunny out at the Santa Cruz … Continue reading

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Too Many Whales To Count!

Although there was light rain in Santa Barbara Harbor earlier this morning, it cleared up quickly and, by the time the Condor Express departed at 10am, skies had a light stratus layer but no more precipitation.  Before noon it was … Continue reading

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Whale Report

It was an epic day full of fin whale and blue whale encounters at the hot spot near beautiful Santa Cruz Island.  Skies cleared and the sun came shining down almost immediately, and seas were calm and glassy, especially in … Continue reading

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