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On our first trip we had an amazing interaction with dolphins. We spent the first hour searching and searching for the dolphins, and then out of nowhere two dolphins popped up in front of us. We followed them for a little bit and then two more dolphins joined us. After about 15 minutes spent with these 4 dolphins we came across a pod of about 20 dolphins. The dolphins were swimming under and around the boat, eating little fish in the water, and breeching all around.

We were able to get everyone in the water to have a look and then got to spend a little more time viewing them from the bow. We would have to say it was a great start to the season here in the beautiful Bay of Plenty and we cannot wait to have more epic days like this!

Come and join us on Dolphin Seafari and check out firsthand what the Bay of Plenty has to offer!

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Epic Tails

Written by SeaNymph on November 18th, 2018.      0 comments

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Today as we left the harbor I had a feeling it was going to be an amazing day. The sun was shining with clear skies and the slightest breeze. The swell was down and there was no surface chop, absolute beautiful conditions to spot dolphins.

We were searching for dolphins for about half an hour when we got a call from another boat saying that they had seen dolphins. So we headed in that direction and within about fifteen minutes we could see the splashing off in the distance. As we got a bit closer we could see more and more splashing. That’s when we realized we had come across a super pod of dolphins. There were probably 150 or more dolphins splashing about. Once we reached the pod they were swimming all around us, checking us out while we checked them out.

Everyone on board got to go for a swim and check out the dolphins in their environment. I even had a chance to get in and have a swim with them. They were swimming within a meter of us and I spent most of my time yelling and making the most ridiculous noises through my snorkel.

After spending our allotted 90 minutes with the dolphins we left the pod to head back to the harbor when we stumbled across humpback whales! A mum and her calf were having a nice slow swim. We spent some time observing these gentle giants as they carried on their path through the deep blue.

Come out and join us on Dolphin Seafari and have an epic story of your own to tell!
 

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Epic Tails

Written by SeaNymph on November 18th, 2018.      0 comments

WHALE2-703
Today as we left the harbor I had a feeling it was going to be an amazing day. The sun was shining with clear skies and the slightest breeze. The swell was down and there was no surface chop, absolute beautiful conditions to spot dolphins.

We were searching for dolphins for about half an hour when we got a call from another boat saying that they had seen dolphins. So we headed in that direction and within about fifteen minutes we could see the splashing off in the distance. As we got a bit closer we could see more and more splashing. That’s when we realized we had come across a super pod of dolphins. There were probably 150 or more dolphins splashing about. Once we reached the pod they were swimming all around us, checking us out while we checked them out.

Everyone on board got to go for a swim and check out the dolphins in their environment. I even had a chance to get in and have a swim with them. They were swimming within a meter of us and I spent most of my time yelling and making the most ridiculous noises through my snorkel.

After spending our allotted 90 minutes with the dolphins we left the pod to head back to the harbor when we stumbled across humpback whales! A mum and her calf were having a nice slow swim. We spent some time observing these gentle giants as they carried on their path through the deep blue.

Come out and join us on Dolphin Seafari and have an epic story of your own to tell!
 

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Epic Tails

Written by SeaNymph on November 18th, 2018.      0 comments

WHALE2-703
Today as we left the harbor I had a feeling it was going to be an amazing day. The sun was shining with clear skies and the slightest breeze. The swell was down and there was no surface chop, absolute beautiful conditions to spot dolphins.

We were searching for dolphins for about half an hour when we got a call from another boat saying that they had seen dolphins. So we headed in that direction and within about fifteen minutes we could see the splashing off in the distance. As we got a bit closer we could see more and more splashing. That’s when we realized we had come across a super pod of dolphins. There were probably 150 or more dolphins splashing about. Once we reached the pod they were swimming all around us, checking us out while we checked them out.

Everyone on board got to go for a swim and check out the dolphins in their environment. I even had a chance to get in and have a swim with them. They were swimming within a meter of us and I spent most of my time yelling and making the most ridiculous noises through my snorkel.

After spending our allotted 90 minutes with the dolphins we left the pod to head back to the harbor when we stumbled across humpback whales! A mum and her calf were having a nice slow swim. We spent some time observing these gentle giants as they carried on their path through the deep blue.

Come out and join us on Dolphin Seafari and have an epic story of your own to tell!
 

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Epic Tails

Written by SeaNymph on November 18th, 2018.      0 comments

WHALE2-703
Today as we left the harbor I had a feeling it was going to be an amazing day. The sun was shining with clear skies and the slightest breeze. The swell was down and there was no surface chop, absolute beautiful conditions to spot dolphins.

We were searching for dolphins for about half an hour when we got a call from another boat saying that they had seen dolphins. So we headed in that direction and within about fifteen minutes we could see the splashing off in the distance. As we got a bit closer we could see more and more splashing. That’s when we realized we had come across a super pod of dolphins. There were probably 150 or more dolphins splashing about. Once we reached the pod they were swimming all around us, checking us out while we checked them out.

Everyone on board got to go for a swim and check out the dolphins in their environment. I even had a chance to get in and have a swim with them. They were swimming within a meter of us and I spent most of my time yelling and making the most ridiculous noises through my snorkel.

After spending our allotted 90 minutes with the dolphins we left the pod to head back to the harbor when we stumbled across humpback whales! A mum and her calf were having a nice slow swim. We spent some time observing these gentle giants as they carried on their path through the deep blue.

Come out and join us on Dolphin Seafari and have an epic story of your own to tell!
 

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Epic Tails

Written by SeaNymph on November 18th, 2018.      0 comments

WHALE2-703
Today as we left the harbor I had a feeling it was going to be an amazing day. The sun was shining with clear skies and the slightest breeze. The swell was down and there was no surface chop, absolute beautiful conditions to spot dolphins.

We were searching for dolphins for about half an hour when we got a call from another boat saying that they had seen dolphins. So we headed in that direction and within about fifteen minutes we could see the splashing off in the distance. As we got a bit closer we could see more and more splashing. That’s when we realized we had come across a super pod of dolphins. There were probably 150 or more dolphins splashing about. Once we reached the pod they were swimming all around us, checking us out while we checked them out.

Everyone on board got to go for a swim and check out the dolphins in their environment. I even had a chance to get in and have a swim with them. They were swimming within a meter of us and I spent most of my time yelling and making the most ridiculous noises through my snorkel.

After spending our allotted 90 minutes with the dolphins we left the pod to head back to the harbor when we stumbled across humpback whales! A mum and her calf were having a nice slow swim. We spent some time observing these gentle giants as they carried on their path through the deep blue.

Come out and join us on Dolphin Seafari and have an epic story of your own to tell!
 

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Epic Tails

Written by SeaNymph on November 18th, 2018.      0 comments

WHALE2-703
Today as we left the harbor I had a feeling it was going to be an amazing day. The sun was shining with clear skies and the slightest breeze. The swell was down and there was no surface chop, absolute beautiful conditions to spot dolphins.

We were searching for dolphins for about half an hour when we got a call from another boat saying that they had seen dolphins. So we headed in that direction and within about fifteen minutes we could see the splashing off in the distance. As we got a bit closer we could see more and more splashing. That’s when we realized we had come across a super pod of dolphins. There were probably 150 or more dolphins splashing about. Once we reached the pod they were swimming all around us, checking us out while we checked them out.

Everyone on board got to go for a swim and check out the dolphins in their environment. I even had a chance to get in and have a swim with them. They were swimming within a meter of us and I spent most of my time yelling and making the most ridiculous noises through my snorkel.

After spending our allotted 90 minutes with the dolphins we left the pod to head back to the harbor when we stumbled across humpback whales! A mum and her calf were having a nice slow swim. We spent some time observing these gentle giants as they carried on their path through the deep blue.

Come out and join us on Dolphin Seafari and have an epic story of your own to tell!
 

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Epic Tails

Written by SeaNymph on November 18th, 2018.      0 comments

WHALE2-703
Today as we left the harbor I had a feeling it was going to be an amazing day. The sun was shining with clear skies and the slightest breeze. The swell was down and there was no surface chop, absolute beautiful conditions to spot dolphins.

We were searching for dolphins for about half an hour when we got a call from another boat saying that they had seen dolphins. So we headed in that direction and within about fifteen minutes we could see the splashing off in the distance. As we got a bit closer we could see more and more splashing. That’s when we realized we had come across a super pod of dolphins. There were probably 150 or more dolphins splashing about. Once we reached the pod they were swimming all around us, checking us out while we checked them out.

Everyone on board got to go for a swim and check out the dolphins in their environment. I even had a chance to get in and have a swim with them. They were swimming within a meter of us and I spent most of my time yelling and making the most ridiculous noises through my snorkel.

After spending our allotted 90 minutes with the dolphins we left the pod to head back to the harbor when we stumbled across humpback whales! A mum and her calf were having a nice slow swim. We spent some time observing these gentle giants as they carried on their path through the deep blue.

Come out and join us on Dolphin Seafari and have an epic story of your own to tell!
 

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