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Rainy Dolphin Days

Rainy Dolphin Days

Non-Stop Fun in the Rain

With Dolphin Mischief unfortunately cancelled due to weather and essential maintenance, it was down to Dolphin Spirit to get things going! Thankfully, the poor weather didn't put our passengers off, as we had all 4 sailings head out with some very enthusiastic passengers! At 10am, we were treated to the works; as we headed out, we spotted our seals out on the mudflats, with the wind whistling through their moulting fur. This wasn't just any ordinary seal sighting though, as it was our first sighting in a couple of days of our little pup friend! As the afternoon wore on, we became aware that this little one is not alone, and another pup has been born recently, as they were sitting beside each other as their mothers chilled out in the mud! So our seal count so far for this season goes up to 2! Will we beat our record of 4 from last year?

Dining with Dolphins

Our 10am got a special treat; a chance to watch dolphins dining up close and personal! As we approached Meikle Mee we spotted a small horde of gulls forming, and shortly after saw why! Kesslet was milling around with a nice big sea trout in her mouth! She must have clocked us, as she huddled under the front of the boat to chew on her catch out of reach of the hungry gulls. We then spotted another fin coming alongside, which turned out to be Scoopy, and the two of them surfed alongside us in the wild waves. They quickly bolted off once Kesslet had swallowed her prize however, chasing a blue fishing boat passing us by and then heading out to Alturlie. We thought they might return with the turn of the tide, but unfortunately that was the last we were to see of them today. Maybe they were hiding from the rain; I hear dolphins don't like getting wet!

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