This morning we headed out to the area near Boon Island where we had found some whales yesterday. Fortunately, our friends on the Granite State, who were a little ahead of us, found a fin whale right on our course. We shared the whale for a couple of surfacings before they continued on. At first, the fin whale was being a little wiggly and hard to keep track of. Then she slowed down enough for us to tell that it was Comet again!
|Fin whale spout- 20 feet high!|
|Comet's unique scars|
|It was like a lake out there! Check out the glassy-calm water!|
|Comet picking up speed|
|Comet's left side|
|Fin whale rostrum and spout|
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