The staff anticipated cetacean sightings during our navigation today. In preparation, naturalist Alice gave a lecture on spotting cetaceans. Sure enough, as soon as she finished, we had some sightings. In the distance, it was possible to see a couple spouts. The real show started when Atlantic spotted dolphins started bow-riding, followed by a bottlenose dolphin that stopped to say hello to us.
We enjoyed a series of lectures about cetaceans, endemic fruit, and foods from the Amazon. Our very own captain lectured us about National Geographic Explorer and many of its secrets.
As always, dinner with our happy and smiling crew was a delightful experience.