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Morning Readers!  WO Clare checking in for another instalment of our weekly blog from the Brittany Ferries Cap Finistere! After last week proved relatively quiet on the cetacean front, Chantelle and I were both hopeful for calm seas and plentiful sightings.  The sea state was sitting at about a 5 on the scale on Wednesday, […]

Hello everyone! So today I (Chantelle) will be briefly stopping in to tell you about mine and Becky’s short three day Biscay adventure together, before our new WO Clare takes over to tell you about the rest of our week… Our Wednesday afternoon watch was rather quiet for the first hour or so, which was […]

It wasn’t long before Brittany Ferries Cap Finistere had turned round and was once again making the descent through Biscay towards Bilbao. Katy and I headed out to our first deck watch on Wednesday afternoon, but the Channel waters showed no cetacean activity. However, we were not the only ones looking out for marine life […]

Hello from your Wildlife Officers on the Cap Finistere!! This week I ventured out solo for the first round trip to Bilbao, and what a trip it was! Mirror calm seas from the beginning! I literally couldn’t have wished for better conditions. The first sighting was of a lone Cormorant grooming himself on top of a […]