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Dolphin Adventure Trip itinerary - itinerary:
The Dream Team
offer you the best, and the most frequent wild dolphin encounters in the world.
Our participants say . . .'There is no competition! We must stress that all our
dolphin adventures are with wild dolphin, therefore we cannot predict specific
times or length of encounters. These details are left entirely to the dolphins. However here is a rough guide to a typical week. If you charter
the whole boat as a group, you can of course create your own trip itinerary.
Saturday, check in between 4.00pm-7.00pm. Time to unpack, and
familiarize yourself with your floating home for the week. You are free to
leave for dinner. When you return an orientation will be given on emergency
procedures and information to ensure you get the fullest enjoyment from of your
adventure. We depart Palm Beach late Saturday evening for our overnight cruise
to 'The Bahama Islands'.
Wake up to breakfast in the beautiful
Bahamas. As soon as Bahamas customs and immigration open at 9.00am your captain
will get the paperwork completed, soon after we are on our way. This morning we
head North toward the dolphin grounds, stopping off along the way to swim,
snorkel or scuba dive(if you choose), on ancient wrecks or colorful reefs
teaming with life. We often come across huge turtles, rays, flying fish, large
game fish and other open ocean wonders whilst cruising. We frequently snorkel
& dive with large friendly turtles. Be ready with camera and fins, we can
come across playful spotted or bottlenose dolphin at anytime.When the dolphin
find us, we watch from the bow for a while, for photos and video. If they stay
we get in for a swim. the encounters' length is entirely up to the dolphins.
Encounters have been known to last from a few minutes to several hours. After
an encounter, there is no way to predict the next, it may be only minuets
before the dolphin are back, or it may be longer! The prime dolphin ground is
an ocean paradise named 'White Sand Ridge'. The depth here is between
15-30ft(5-10m). The water temperature ranges from mid to high 80's(27c) in
summer, to mid 70's(20c) in winter. The water is crystal clear with a white
sandy bottom. From the deck the scenic stripes of turquoise saffire and azure
blue meander across the surface of the ocean. This phenomenal setting adds to
the magic of the amazing dolphin encounters. In the evening we anchor up in a
calm safe area for dinner and overnight. Stargazing is another wonderful
pastime to enjoy during your nights onboard.
Day 3) +4) +5)
dolphin grounds. As yesterday we will swim with the dolphins when they come to
play. Between dolphin encounters you can do a number of fun things. You may
choose to relax and conserve energy, for the next encounter - our top deck is
great for sunbathing. Listen to some music, make new friends, read, watch a
documentary, or a movie on video. You may want to try your hand at deep-sea
fishing. Of course stops will be made for swimming, snorkeling and scuba
diving(if you wish). You can also savor the delicious meals on board, some
mouthwateringly enjoyable moments. Maybe you would like to try a nighttime
scuba dive. The water temperature at night is the same as in the day. If we're
lucky, we may experience a night dolphin encounter, a magical
The stuff of dreams.
This morning we will once
again explore the ocean environment, spending the first part of the morning in
the dolphin grounds. Late morning we may head into deeper waters, stopping off
on the way as usual for anything interesting, plus swimming snorkeling etc.
Again, we may see dolphin at any time. Today could be the day for any of you
daring scuba divers to try our amazing shark dive, it's also the day we arrive
back into Grand Bahama island. Anyone wishing to souvenir shop or explore Grand
Bahama can do so. We clear Bahamas customs and immigration late Thursday, and
cruise overnight to Palm Beach.
A light continental style
breakfast will be served this morning. After clearing US immigration and
customs at the Port of Palm Beach we dock back at the marina for your
disembarkation, around 9.30-10.00am.
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