Well, I just took a sunset cruise out and saw 12 dolphins. The night before we saw 24. They feed at night so dusk is the best time to catch them. We have a tidal current that goes out of the Intracoastal and the dolphin like to follow that.
Right now there is a dolphin hanging around the waterfront. Just like Flipper – remember him? He comes up next to the boat. Sticks his head out and says hello. He loves Captain Charlene.
But my favorite story? About four years ago I was driving and I looked back to the Marina. I watched one guy get up on his tail and show off for about 50 ft. So I had everyone come around and look for him. Well around a minute later he came around and did the same thing on the other side. Everyone missed it but me! They toy with you at that point.
Adventure Guide Captain Gary is the former owner of Seahorse Water Safaris. He can’t promise that the dolphins will come out and play with you on their trips. But, if you listen very carefully, you’re sure to hear them laughing.
Updated: Dec 08, 2017 0:04
Published: Jun 30, 2015 22:53