Footage of whales we've seen since we left Canada, including some enormous Blue Whales.

4 thoughts on “Whales

  1. dad ensslen says:

    glad you are alive and well! Its been a very long break.

    so beautiful, your videos and so nicely put together. thanks! so whales and dolphins like our company, often to their peril.

    You guys are like Darwin!

    whales and subs ever bump or lift sail boats ? Or the giant squids?

    very many thanks for sharing this!!

    more snow here this morning. Streets and back alleys very tricky in places with ruts.


  2. dad ensslen says:

    So, any odor to the dolphin / whale spouts? if i may ask.

  3. dad ensslen says:

    Did you guys know your expedition was going to be this full of flora and fauna?

    And geology and astronomy, and meteorology?

    and sailing experiences?

    and ham discoveries? What frequencies can you cover receiving, and transmitting? How many antennas? antenna tuner?

  4. Steven says:

    There are collisions between whales and sailboats. We know a boat who hit a whale earlier this year. Damage to both the sailboat and the whale is usually minimal. Last year we almost ran into an Orca off Brooks Peninsula.

    Collisions between sailboats and submarines are officially denied. Unofficially they seem to be rare but somewhat catastrophic for the sailboat.

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