A Whale Called Michelle

A Whale Called Michelle

Today was remarkable! Not only did we meet a curious juvenile Humpback who played and swam circles around us, enormous full bodied breaching and head lunges by a young male Humpback and mother Southern Rights resting with their calves but we had the most incredible ex…

Hello Weekend

Hello Weekend

The Southern Rights were waving, Humpbacks playing and Bottlenose Dolphins foraging as we approached the weekend. A calm and peaceful morning before the storm and our whales were making the most of this good weather and preparing for a very windy weekend! Two young mal…

Luis & Sofia

We met two new friends today and all great friends need a nickname, a big thank you to some of our youngest guests on board who chose the names for their new found friends! Meet Luis Fin Humpy (smaller male Humpback) and Sofia Shelly Sapphire (larger female Humpba…

I’m An Individual

Today we had sunshine and rain to explore Geographe Bay in and a few more Humpbacks around including a gorgeous juvenile individual who had very unique markings and an all black tummy! We first sighted him on this mornings tour with five other Humpbacks in a very relax…

Hello Breaching

After a few days of bad weather and quiet activity two big Humpback whales greeted us today like long lost friends! Approaching our bow and circling around the vessel a few times saying hello to everyone before moving towards the Busselton Jetty. Once they approached w…

How About Those Dolphins

We had a real treat yesterday to see two different species of dolphins on our afternoon tour and a glorious afternoon on Geographe Bay. First pod sighted was Common Dolphins with their beautiful yellow belly and the pod of six individuals had two mother and calf pairs…

Tail Diving Day

Bonito Tuna were the first sighting today as they dashed around the surface chasing smaller baitfish creating a lot of activity on the waters surface that certainly caught the attention of Crested Terns. Soon after a Bottlenose Dolphin pod were sighted calmly moving th…

Cheeky Minke

Guess who was back again? The wonderful Minke whale that we sighted exactly one week ago! What first caught our attention was two juvenile Humpback whales who were pec and tail slapping in the distance and once we arrived we soon found out why. This cheeky Minke whale…

Besties

After a very quiet start to the morning we met two juvenile Humpback whales who had teamed up as pod of two for better protection and company until a few more Humpbacks arrive in Geographe Bay. They were both very curious and popped up right on our bow to say hello to…

Minke Madness

Geographe Bay held a big surprise for us today that no one was expecting to see… Minke whales! These wonderful baleen whales are known to frequent the West Australian coastline but sightings of them are extremely rare. You can imagine our great surprise when out of t…

Happy Fathers Day

What a beautiful day in Geographe Bay to celebrate Fathers Day! Blue skies, sunshine and perfect spring conditions, it was absolutely perfect☀️ We hope all the Fathers around Australia are enjoying time with their families and celebrating the wonderful job they do for…