We saw our first minke whale of the year today. It was a small juvenile that would have only recently left its mother. It always amazes me when I see these tiny young whales separate from their mothers so early in life. They are around three metres long at this stage and are perfectly capable of looking after themselves. Once they …

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We’ve been back on the water for 10 days now and run a few trips so far. There seems to be a lot of fish about as we have enjoyed cetaceans on every trip, which is not something we normally expect in March. There have also been a number of humpback whale sightings along our stretch of coast. The hatches …

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Written on Nov, 10, 2015 by in

This amazing footage was filmed in the North Sea. It really shows how nippy and manoeuvrable harbour porpoises are. One day we’ll capture some underwater footage like this off Cornwall. We certainly have the numbers of porpoises it’s just a question of being in the right position with the camera rigged up properly. Patience is the key as we would …

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I haven’t added a post for a while because we have been so busy. Here are a variety of videos filmed over the last few months.

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Today we had the privilege of watching an adult humpback whale in Mount’s Bay. This is only the 2nd humpback we’ve seen in ten years so it was a special experience!

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We were searching offshore when we saw a massive gannet feeding frenzy. Heading over we found 50 common dolphins and a minke whale feeding underneath the gannets.  

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Common dolphins in glassy calm conditions. nbsp;

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Common dolphins were everywhere in Mount’s Bay today.

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This is a video of one of the 3 common dolphin pods we saw today. Listen closely half way through and you might here one of the common dolphins gargling! There is also some nice under water footage at the end.

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