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Photo of The Scenic Pursuit in front of the iceberg taken by my cousin, Leona Randell-Burton during her 2011 Summer Vacation, she was on her father's boat White Star 2.

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The Picture of the dolphins below was taken from a recent tour on The Scenic Pursuit

It was awesome... my guest that day said ,

"The Tour of a lifetime and worth every penny" 

White-sided dolphin:

2.4 meters; 190 kilograms

"Squid hound" and "Jumper" are popular names for white-sided dolphins (Lagenorhynchus acutus). They are seen with pothead whales because they too feed on herring, mackerel and squid. Like most whales, they have black or deep grey backs with white underbellies, but running the length of their bodies is a light grey band.

These dolphins have two oval patches under and behind the dorsal fin. The first is creamy and the second yellow. Groups of 10 to 50 white-sided dolphins can be seen around the Avalon and southern reaches of the island. They are exciting to observe as they leap from the water.


Dolphin info above source:Click Here to see More About Newfoundland Whales and Dolphins

Imagine the wind in your hair and the smell of the salt water as you travel here on this beautiful ocean. You can view and take pictures of all the birds and whales in their own habitat.


Don't miss your chance to take a tour of


Canada Bay


on


The Great Northern Peninsula.

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Photo of feeding whale below taken Summer 2011 by two of our guests

(photographers - Tim & Barbara Skully)

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