Species spotted: Striped dolphin, Fin whale, Mobula.
Today was characterized by not exactly calm seas, despite this there was no shortage of sightings on board the Mn Sagittario. Initially we managed to identify a group of striped dolphins, around twenty individuals. Then we managed to observe a large puff in the distance and due to the less than optimal conditions we had to wait a while before we could find this magnificent giant again. It was in fact a Fin Whale, the second largest animal in the world, which we managed to observe very well and the specimen remained on the surface for a long time; this also allowed for a great sighting. During the search for this large cetacean it was also possible to observe several specimens of Mobule jumping out of the water, even a short distance from the boat.