Despite a chilled forecast, our group of intrepid adventurers, led by the knowledgeable Captain Ian, set out to sea in search of wildlife. In the fashion of a classic Pacific North West winter the heavens opened, spilling rain on Victoria waters. Fortunately for our guests, this cleared up just in time for them to head north following rumors of Biggs’ Killer Whales.
After some time hugging the coastline, Captain Ian directed the vessel to Moresby Island. Exercising patience and a keen eye our guests were treated with the stunning visuals of the T18’s – a small pod likely looking for an afternoon snack. With the mountainous backdrop echoing the arching dorsal fins, we were fortunate to see such tasteful art in nature and truly appreciate the year round beauty of the Salish Sea.
Delighted, our passengers felt the circumstances couldn’t have been more perfect for such a dynamic day. Worth it!