Ahoi people,

On today’s tour our vigia directed us towards a pod of Common Dolphins (Delphinus delphis) traveling smoothly in the water.

Common Dolphin / Delphinus delphis seen up close (photo from our archive)


After that we saw our beloved summer guests, a big group of Atlantic Spotted Dolphins (Stenella frontalis) dynamic and full of curiosity for the boat.

The search for Sperm Whales (Physeter macrocephalus) was a bit trickier as they were playing hide and seek in shallow waters so that they couldn’t be spotted at the surface nor be heard in the hydrophone. But as they finally surfaced, we were in the area to enjoy this beautiful view.


One of our guides educating about Sperm Whales (Physeter macrocephalus) (picture taken on yesterday’s tour).


We are already excited to discover which species will accompany us tomorrow.

Aurora Crucianelli

About Aurora Crucianelli

Aurora Crucianelli is an Environmental Biologist with a Master’s degree in Oceanography. She loves the sea and likes to scuba dive during her spare time. She also worked as a science teacher and enjoys educating people and share her passion for the ocean and wildlife.

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