The dolphins were very sociable during the second week of December. On 6 of the 7 days they joined us on our cruises to say hello and to go for a surf on the waves we produce. Bottle nose dolphins are highly active and can frequently be seen tail slapping, riding on waves created by boats, surfing waves and leaping playfully into the air.
10th December – 2 dolphins were sighted heading out to the ocean on our 11am cruise.
11th December – 2 dolphins joined us on our 12noon cruise riding on the waves produced by our boat. They were heading out to the ocean.
12th December – A pod of 7 or 8 were hanging around the Marina and ocean entrance on our 10am cruise. They were in a very playful mood. Another pod of 4 were sighted near the foreshore jetty feeding at 12 noon.
13th December – a pod of 5 joined us on our 1pm cruise, riding on the bow near the New Mandurah Estuary Bridge.
14th December – dolphins were sighted on numerous occasions throughout the day feeding around Mandjar bay at the entrance of the Port Mandurah Canals.
15th December – 2 dolphins joined us on our 12noon cruise, riding on the bow near the New Mandurah Estuary Bridge.
16th December – Dolphins were sighted all day in various locations around Mandurah.
There were many photos and videos taken during this week and we get them up on our website and Facebook page soon.
If you would like to join us on a cruise and see mandurah dolphins just visit the 1hr Dolphin & Canal Cruise page for more info and to book online.
and feel free to share your sightings, photos and videos on our Facebook page!