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Santa Cruz Whale Watching
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Santa Cruz Whale Watching 9/26/16. A beautiful day on Monterey Bay with 8 whales and 100s of California Sea Lions.

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Friday June 10 – windy conditions, but good humpback show – about 15 minutes… We spotted leaping dolphin, and then a nice ride along inner bay to see great white sharks at Aptos.
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Join us whale watching this weekend! Sat/10am, Sun & Mon/11am. TIX: https://www.zerve.com/Stagnaros/Whale  #santacruz #summer

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Wednesday June 8 – Today we came across a frisky humpback who put on a show: breaching, chin slaps, tail slaps and feeding for over an hour. A great day on Monterey Bay! #WorldOceansDay
Monday, June 6 – Amazing encounters with orca and humpback whales!
We came across 8 playful and friendly orcas who came right up to the boat. It seemed the older animals were training infant orcas to leap and lunge. The humpbacks were sleepy but showed some tail slapping/ curled fluke slapping,  too.
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June 6, 2016 Sightings Report for the weekend
Monday: 8 playful friendly Orcas today, out in the fog, plus 6 sleepy Humpback Whales.
Sunday: 10 Orcas -- 6 of them swam under the boat! Plus a huge pod of Common Dolphins
Saturday: Humpback whales - lunge feeding
Friday: Humpback whales - breaching!
All our activity this weekend has been on Santa Cruz side of the bay near the Soquel Hole.
photo Jenn Yuhas
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June 1, 2016
Yesterday Fin Whales 2 by 2 cruised by the boat! That's a rare sighting this close in. We've seen countless feeding blue whales and endless flirty humpbacks all week... We've been watching the blues just 3-4 miles out from Santa Cruz! #whalewatching #bluewhale #monterey #santacruz #finwhale  
(photo Jenn Yuhas)
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May 30, 2016: We continue to delight seeing BLUE WHALES in great numbers for several weeks now. Today we counted about 20 blue whales, diving/feeding. Also several humpback whales, breaches, plus sea lions, sun-fish, jellies. (video 5-23-16 Michael Nelson)
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