THE DAILY WHALE™
Bremer Bay Striped Dolphin Superpod took over the continental shelf today as over 1,000 beautiful Striped Dolphins surged and porpoised their way towards us and
Killer Whales at play in the waters off Bremer Bay as we arrived to a smiling and playful Madison enjoying her Sunday morning. Our first
Killer Whales in March as the Bremer Bay Orca enjoyed the sunshine today as we enjoyed Swirl’s company as she danced under our feet. Soon
Orca play with Sunfish today as the youngest family members of the pod found a juvenile Sunfish and began to practice hunting tactics. Orca surfaced
Pilot Whales interrupt Orcas feeding as they surged towards them only moments after making a successful kill of squid. A beautiful morning greeted us with
Continental shelf Killer Whales were on the hunt today as the entire family foraged along the edges of the shelf and further into the Patch
Close encounters with wild Orca is something very special and today we enjoyed the curious interactions as they played just underneath our bow. Only minutes
Orca’s at sunset created a special day as beautiful conditions and a special Orca family greeted us in the afternoon and we travelled together until
Killer Whales mating meters from our bow within minutes of arriving in the Patch today as they hugged belly to belly. Our first indication something
Squid slicks greeted us on our arrival in the Patch as a large oil slick and feeding Orca appeared under a cloud of birds. It
Bremer Orcas and Pilot Whales took over the Patch today as families gathered to feast and socialise in a very special day off Bremer Bay.
The tourism Minister Joins The Pod as we welcomed the Hon Paul Papalia onboard today to meet the Orca of Bremer Bay. All eyes were
Albany Killer Whales surged to the west today as we found ourselves on a high powered surge and if we went any further we would
Why do Killer Whales spyhop? There are a number of reasons why Orca spyhop and it is this behaviour which brings their eyes above water
Killer Whales hunt Beaked Whale this morning as hundreds of Shearwaters and Albatross flocked to the large oil slick that had formed on the surface.