Then it was time to check out the boats in the harbor. This vessel caught our attention with it's unusual design for NW cruising and the small chopper on top.
Then we were invited aboard the Miss Corrine to check out it's automated baiting system. Now that's a whole different approach!
We kayaked again in the morning and then we all cruised south in Chatham Strait aboard the big boat for another wonderful wildlife day.
A pod of six humpback whales breeched and showed lots of fins and tails around Lindbergh Point. Pacific white-sided dolphin and more humpbacks showed up in Chatham Strait. A pod of orca (killer whales) worked the Takatz Bay entrance and pink salmon were jumping like crazy inside the anchorage. The bay was packed with dozens of seiners - whose crews are occasionally known for their wild life between openings.