Dolphins were Catching Dinner by our Boat

October 4th 2020

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Jun 29 ~ Jul 5

The Activity we Experienced

What we chose to do

Dolphins were Catching Dinner by our Boat

How did you discover this activity?

We were searching for dolphin cruises in OB and found TripShock.

When did you book your tour compared to the departure date?

We booked a day in advance.

Why did you choose this activity?

We really wanted to see some dolphins up close and get some cool photos.

How did you get to the activity location?

We drove to Fort Morgan Marina, which was about a 30-minute drive from our location.

What was your experience with the activity’s staff?

The staff was super friendly and accommodating. We originally booked a cruise in OB and were contacted by the staff saying the boat was broken down. They set us up with a cruise the same day at their other location. They were also funny and knowledgeable about the area.

Highlights or memories you and your group will take from the trip?

We saw a pod of dolphins chasing their dinner down which was really cool. There were multiple dolphin sightings, but that one was probably the coolest. We also got to see Sand Island Lighthouse, Fort Morgan, some oil rigs, and the coast guard boat.

Sand Island Lighthouse was really cool, the captain told us how it had been destroyed and rebuilt many times. It was once destroyed because there were spies in the lighthouse spying on Fort Morgan. They also pulled up a crab trap and showed the crabs to the kids on the boat.

Would you recommend this activity to another group like yours? Why or why not?

I would definitely recommend this activity. It was really fun and educational going over the history of all the landmarks we visited, and learning little facts about the wildlife.

 


 

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