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Fluking fantastic!

Howdy folks!
Clare and I (Chantelle) set out for the Bay of Biscay once again last Wednesday, and on our way were greeted by absolutely stunning conditions in the English Channel. 1,001 more words

Not so Common, Common Dolphins!

Hello and welcome to our weekly blog from the Cap Finistere. It has been a great week with calm days in the Bay of Biscay and some amazing encounters. 1,063 more words

Potential killers claim Biscay

A big hello to you all and welcome to this week’s Cap Finistere blog! Clare and I set off for the Bay of Biscay last Wednesday, and woke up eager on Thursday morning to see what it had in store. 1,083 more words

Risso's and Jelly

Where on earth do Barrel Jellyfish think they are going? And where on earth have they come from? And why on earth do they like to congregate off headlands where their unbelievably weak and slow swimming action is even less effective at getting them where they want to go because headlands are always the places where tidal currents are strongest. 975 more words

The Bay of Biscay: always full of surprises!

Hello everyone and welcome again to another blog from the Cap Finistere. Chantelle stayed on dry land this week and I (Clare) was joined by Tiffany on board. 1,004 more words

Sunfish shine through grey rainy days

Welcome to the Cap Finistere blog once again. This week I (Clare) was joined by Tiffany and after the fantastic sightings Chantelle and I had last week we were really excited to get back on the ship. 1,221 more words

Sperm whales spotted on a fantastic Thursday in the Bay of Biscay!

Hello all and welcome to another installment of your weekly Wildlife Officer Blog! I was joined by Clare on board Brittany Ferries Cap Finistere, and we were ready to set sail for the Bay of Biscay once again. 940 more words