What incredible wildlife we see offshore and inland along the waterway. A small reference book can help even the novice become an avid bird watcher. While we are offshore we maintain a sharp look out, not only for the obvious boat and ship traffic but also for the elusive sea turtle, mola mola fish and playful pod of dolphin. As quick as you can say, “look over there!” a splash may be the only evidence of a leatherback turtle or even a whale.
Scroll down to the bottom of this page then Click on each photo below to enlarge picture and read captions. We’ll add to this page as we’re fortunate enough to catch the sea life on film. So please check back as you never know what else we may have “captured.”
And here’s a really cook video that shows what dolphins do while they are under the waters surface…
ADVANCED ANCHORING with Captains Chris & Alyse Caldwell
PRESENTED BY SAIL Thursday, June 4, 8:30am-10:30am Learn how to get hooked and stay that way! Chris & Alyse Caldwell share what they’ve learned over decades of anchoring in all kinds of bottoms, with all kinds of anchors, in many kinds of boats. […]
Did you just say- OH NO! Not KNOTS!
Do you know which knot is appropriate for every situation when you are boating? Captain Chris will teach you this lost skill of knot tying in a hands-on seminar. Which knots are best for long term dockage or just tying up to the fuel dock on a sunny day. Clove hitch, two half hitches, cleat knot, sheepshank and bowline are some of the more common knots we’ll cover. No experience is necessary to attend and it’s also a good refresher for salty dogs who have gotten a bit rusty. […]