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Whales in Hughes Bay

The (few) pessimists among us already thought someone had forgotten to inform the whales we were coming as they had hardly shown themselves and then only at a distance.

But in Hughes Bay, they were proven wrong! The early risers did hardly know where to look next, and it did not take long for most of the voyage crew to run from starboard to port and from bow to stern, looking for the best spot to make that one perfect picture.

But the most perfect picture is in the memory card in our head, the one that breached and jumped right next to the EUROPA. Thank you for a good show, "Humpbacks of Hughes Bay"

Written by:
Charles Odinot | Trainee

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