Good evening everyone, Danielle with Quoddy Link Marine, whale watching out of St. Andrews here with another update.

The sightings continue to be great with fin whales and minkes among the Islands and humpback offshore.  In order to get offshore we need the weather, so lighter winds and good visibility.  The decision to run offshore is never made until we know what those conditions are…so until we can see the open Bay of Fundy because no matter what the marine forecast may tell us the conditions can change quickly out there and our captains need to make the best choice possible to give our passengers the best experience on the Bay of Fundy.

Here are some images from the past few days.

Ridgeline, a humpback playing in a rock weed patch

Ridgeline, a humpback, playing in a rock weed patch

minke whale off Greens Point Light

sleepy harbour seals

feeding frenzy of gulls and porpoise

Bungee, a humpback off South Wolf

a young puffling

Motley, a humpback

Thank You to everyone who has joined us on the catamaran

Quoddy Link Marine
Whale Watching
St. Andrews
New Brunswick
Bay of Fundy

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