Saturday, 19 January 2019

We sailed out today on a fairly windy morning, although we enjoyed clear skies and, by the end of the tour, the wind was calming down as well. Our Eyjafjordur Humpback whales were waiting for us quite far away: it was only after the first hour of the trip had passed that we spotted in the distance 3 blows produced by 3 different individuals. The animals were indeed coming into the fiord, so we spent a nice time tracking them down and sailing alongside them. We even got to identify one of the individuals as Jackson, a well-known Humpback whale that has been seen frequently for the last few months. All and all, another amazing trip with these wonderful giants of the sea!

Pictures and text by Alberto Alejandro