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...

19.2.2014 – FIRST SHEARWATERS, FIRST PORTUGUESE MAN OF WAR

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Die Fahrt heute morgen führte uns zu einer grossen, aber verstreuten Schule von Tümmlern. Es gab auch einige Jungtiere in der Schule, vielleicht waren sie deshalb etwas vorsichtiger mit unserem Boot. Die ersten Gelbschnabel Sturmtaucher und die ersten sehr kleinen portugiesischen Galeeren (wer findet sie auf dem Foto?) durften wir heute auch bewundern. Juppi, so hat der Frühling sich angekündigt, obwohl sich die Sonne nicht so recht blicken lies.

Our morning trip led us to a big pod of bottlenose dolphins. There where some juvenils in the group, that may have been why the group was a little shy about the boat. The first Portuguese man of war where spotted (can you find them on the photos?) And this is how nature is letting us know that spring has arrived!

A nossa viagem da manhã levou nos até um grupo disperso de roazes. No grupo encontravam se alguns juvenis facto que poderá ter contribuído para o pouco interesse que os animais manifestaram pelo barco. Vimos também as primeiras cagarras e Caravelas portuguesas (conseguem identifica las na foto?) E assim a primavera começa a dar os seus primeiros sinais de vida.


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Homo sapiens

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Tursiops truncatus

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Calonectris diomedia borealis

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Tursiops truncatus

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Homo sapiens

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Physalia physalis

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Calonectris diomedia borealis

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Tursiops truncatus

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