Our Daily Trips

Like old school sailors we keep our daily trip journals & reports, feeding our blog on a daily basis with the best selection of photos and stories to tell, registering everything. Check out the amazing stories and photos we collect every day...


Globicephala macrorhynchus

Einige hatten Glück und andere weniger. Heute vormittag sahen wir diese wunderschönen und friedlichen Pilotwale und einige Tümmler dazu.

Tursiops truncatus

Some have been lucky and some less. Today in the morning we saw these wonderful and peaceful pilot whales and some bottlenose dolphins.

Globicephala macrorhynchus

Alguns com sorte e alguns com menos. Hoje de manha vimos estes boca de panelas bonitos e pacíficos e alguns rozes.

1 Comment
  1. Paul Abbiati
    October 14, 2011

    Dolphins ‘decompress like humans’

    Stranded dolphins are common along the coast of Cape Cod in winter months

    Scientists have found tiny bubbles beneath the blubber of dolphins that have beached themselves.

    The bubbles were discovered by taking ultrasound scans of the animals within minutes of stranding off Cape Cod, US.

    The team’s findings help confirm what many researchers have long suspected: dolphins avoid the bends by taking long, shallow decompression dives after feeding at depth.

    From BBC website http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-15239381

    Greetings to everyone from Sunny ‘Paul do Mar’ fishing village!


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