July 1st, 2014 ~ 12:00 p.m. Whale Watch - Tiffany

This afternoon we made our way out of Provincetown Harbor on a beautiful hazy summer day. The wind was coming out of the southwest 10-15 knots, which made the waters offshore rather choppy. As we were leaving Provincetown Harbor and traveling alongside Herring Cove, we spotted a large blow in the distance. We tracked the whale down and it turned out to be Loon, a finback whale identified by the ship strike scar on her back as well as her damaged dorsal fin. We got a few good looks at this animal before heading further offshore in pursuit of other species. We covered a lot of ground without luck before coming across another beautiful finback who allowed us to follow him/her for 20 minutes!


We had to head back soon after but still had a great day on the water in spite of the chop.

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