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Cormorant – Motor Catamaran

  • Cormorant – Motor Catamaran

  • Cormorant – Motor Catamaran

  • Cormorant – Motor Catamaran

Cormorant – Motor Catamaran

The Cormorant Power Motor Catamaran began cruising in the Galapagos Islands on July 31, 2011, featuring an elegant design, spacious cabins, each with a private balcony, al fresco dining area for barbeques, a huge sundeck with a Jacuzzi and has recently added solar panels. This luxury 16 passenger yacht made to navigate the Galapagos Islands is a Smart Voyager Certified and not only has a Quality Control Manager, but also the best itineraries, and complimentary use of wetsuits, snorkeling gear and kayaks. Aboard Cormorant you will for sure make it a memorable experience in this unique paradise.

The Cormorant has 10 trained and friendly staff members, plus top bilingual naturalist guide. Guests are free to visit the bridge to see how the boat operates and chat with the crew. The lounge area has comfortable seating, plasma TVs, DVD player, stereo and some games for your use. There is also a small library of books and DVDs on the Galapagos Islands and other topics.

Each cabin has its own air conditioning system as do public spaces, and rooms are cleaned every morning. Beach towels are provided for use on the deck and onshore. Light snacks, tea and coffee are served between meals.

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CORMORANT PACKAGES INCLUDE:

  • All shore excursions
  • All meals throughout the cruise
  • All soft drinks and juices
  • Champagne reception
  • Complimentary fruit platter
  • Galapagos National Park certified Guide
  • Use of snorkeling gear and wetsuits
  • Kayaks

NOT INCLUDED:

  • Roundtrip airfare to Galapagos
  • Galapagos National Park Entrance Fee
  • Galapagos Transit Control Card
  • Tips to crew
  • Alcoholic beverages
8D/7N SATURDAY-SATURDAY (A)

Saturday:

Bachas Beach (Santa Cruz Island)

Assistance will be provided for you when you arrive to the airport by one of our representatives after you have landed.

You will arrive at Baltra Island in the morning.  After passing through immigration and baggage claim you will be met by Cormorant staff and transferred to the yacht.  You will be shown to your cabin where you will have some time to settle in before lunch and a welcome briefing.

The afternoon visit, Bachas Beach, is located on the north shore of Santa Cruz, and is a great swimming beach.  One of the few remnants of the U.S. World War II, a floating pier, presents its self here.  You may see flamingos, Sally-Lightfoot crabs, hermit crabs, Black-Necked stilts, and whimbrels.  Sea turtles also nest off the beach.

SUNDAY:

Bartolome Island and Sullivan Bay (Santiago Island)

Our morning visit includes Bartolome Island, home of the famous Pinnacle Rock.  Bartolome consists of an extinct volcano with a variety of red, orange, black and even green volcanic formations.  We will take a trail of stairs to the summit of the volcano (about 30 or 40 minutes), where you will enjoy one of the best views of the islands!  You will also visit a small, beautiful beach, surrounded by the only vegetation found on this barren island.  The beach is perfect for snorkeling where you may even see the Galapagos penguins.

Located southeast of Santiago Island, Sullivan Bay is of great geological interest. The area is covered by Pahoehoe lava flows combined with A’A lava.  It was very active 200 years ago. This flow is geologically very young. The magma formed is flat, but the movement of underground lava, the rapid cooling and other eruptions led to the break in many places.  656 feet (200 meters) around the landing, you can see patterns of vegetation that were burned during the eruption.  A visit to this area of black lava is preferable in the afternoon because the temperature is more pleasant and the light is better for photographs.

MONDAY

South Plaza and Santa Fe Islands

In the morning, you will head to South Plaza Island. This small island with steep cliffs was formed by rising lava and is now covered by Opuntia cacti. It is also home to one of the largest sea lion colonies as well as colorful yellow and red land iguanas. The most characteristic plant is the Sesuvium. During the rainy season its color is a greenish to yellowish tone and in the dry season (end of June through January) a bright red.

Our afternoon visit is to Santa Fe Island, formed by a volcanic uplift. Santa Fe (Barrington) is home to the small picturesque bay and anchorage on the island northeast coast. The bay has two visitor trails, one leading to a scenic viewpoint atop a cliff and the other spanning from a small beach to a tall prickly pear cactus forest.  The island is home to a colony of sea lions which would be more than happy to join you for a swim.  Santa Fe also has its own sub-species of land iguana.

TUESDAY:

Witch Hill and Pitt Point (San Cristobal Island)

We will visit Witch Hill (Cerro Brujo) in the morning where you will explore one of the nicest beaches in the Galapagos. You’ll be tantalized by the texture and sight of the powdered, soft, white sand. With a colony of sea lions and Blue-footed Boobies, this scenic place is bustling with life. Just beyond the beach is a lagoon, thriving with Egrets and Great Blue Herons. The turquoise water and abundant marine life will invite you to snorkel their midst.

In the afternoon we will visit Pitt Point. Pitt Point holds its own as the northeastern most site on Isabela.  After an easy hike, you will be rewarded with a unique treat. Herein lays the only nesting site which hosts all three species of Galapagos Boobies.  Photographers will be thrilled with this intimate natural experience. The attractive volcanic tuff formations will have geologists and laymen alike imagining the forces of nature that possessed the earth to create this land.

WEDNESDAY:

Breeding Center “Galapaguera” Cerro Colorado or El Junco and Kicker Rock (San Cristobal Island)

In the morning we will visit the Breeding Center “Galapaguera” Cerro Colorado located near the Interpretation center on San Cristobal Island.

“Galapaguera” Cerro Colorado is a new visitor site in the northeast part of San Cristobal Island and can now be reached in roughly one hour by road from Puerto Baquerizo Moreno.  On the trees and shrubs surrounding the site, you may see land birds like warblers, finches, and mockingbirds.  On the trails you can observe giant tortoises. They live there wild but in a protected area to assure their survival by sealing them off from introduced predators, like pigs and goats. Once the tortoise perceives danger, it goes into its defensive stance, retreating into its hard shell.

In the afternoon you’ll enjoy a dinghy ride and snorkeling around Kicker Rock (Leon Dormido), known as the Sleeping Lion because of its resemblance, this site is located off the coast of San Cristobal. The remains of a lava cone eroded by the sea and two vertical rocks rising 500 feet above the ocean, form a small channel that is navigable by small boats.  This Galapagos Islands natural monument has become a favorite sight for cruises due to the many tropicbirds, frigatebirds and boobies that fill the surrounding air.  Beneath the sea the crystal waters offer a brilliant show of colorful tropical fish and invertebrates.

THURSDAY:

Suarez Point and Gardner Bay (Osborn Islet – Española Island)

Española Island is the southernmost island of the Galapagos and is the breeding site of nearly all of the Waved Albatrosses in the entire world. Española is densely populated with mockingbirds, Blue-footed and Nazca Boobies, Darwin finches, Galapagos Doves, hawks, red and green marine iguanas, and loads of sea lions.

In the morning we will arrive at Suarez Point.  This area is great for spotting Blue-footed Boobies, albatrosses and Nazca Boobies. A beautiful site on the ocean front, the large Waved Albatrosses use the cliff as a launching pad. The famous attraction is the magnificent blowhole, spurting water high into the air.  This site presents wonderful photographic opportunities!

Gardner Bay, on the eastern side of the island, is the breeding site of nearly all of the world´s 12,000 pairs of Waved Albatrosses. It has an ample white sandy beach with a myriad of sea lions, perfect for relaxing. Its rocky shores make this site a great place for diving and snorkeling.

FRIDAY:

Post Office Bay and Cormorant Point / Champion Islet (Floreana Island)

We will visit two sites on Floreana Island. Floreana is known for its fabulous snorkeling sites, its vibrantly pink flamingos and its black sand beaches.

Then we will visit the famous Post Office Bay. You will land on a beach and head to a spot where 18th century whalers placed a wooden barrel for use as an unofficial mail box. The custom continues to this day with Galapagos visitors. So, don´t forget your postcards, and don´t be surprised if the post card arrives to its destination before you even get home!

In the afternoon, we will head to Cormorant Point. Here you will enjoy a hike to a salt-water lagoon which is home to flamingoes.  You will also get to swim in Champion, one of the best snorkeling site in the Galapagos Islands.

SATURDAY:

Charles Darwin Station

In the morning we start at the Charles Darwin Station- Breeding Center “Fausto Llerena” home to turtles ranging from 3-inches (new hatchlings) to 4-feet long. Here you will observe the various sub-species of turtles interacting with each other, and possibly with you. Many of the older turtles are accustomed to humans, and will stretch out their heads for a pet. The babies are only kept until they are about four years old, or large enough to survive in the wild. These conservation efforts continue to be extremely successful.

After this final visit, you will be transferred to Baltra’s airport in time to catch your flight back to the mainland.

Please keep in mind that on departure days, your morning visit will be early and short since we need to be prepared before heading back toward the airport for your returning flight to Ecuador’s mainland.

IMPORTANT NOTICE:

Itineraries and activities are subject to change without prior notice. Depending on weather conditions and water currents, some wildlife described above may not be visible.

8D/7N SATURDAY-SATURDAY (B)

SATURDAY:

Twin Craters and Highlands of Santa Cruz (Santa Cruz Island)

Assistance will be provided for you when you arrive to the airport by one of our representatives after you have landed.

You will arrive at Baltra Island in the morning.  After passing through immigration and baggage claim you will be met by Cormorant staff and transferred to the yacht.  You will be shown to your cabin where you will have some time to settle in before lunch and a welcome briefing.

The afternoon we will visit is a site called Los Gemelos (The Twins Craters).  Los Gemelos await you at the end of a short hike.  These sinkholes are often referred to as craters, though the term is only descriptive, not literal. They were created by the collapse of surface material in underground fissures and chambers. The endemic Scalesia Forest surrounds the site, where you may see Vermillian Flycatchers, Short-Eared owls, and finches.

You’ll also visit the highlands.  A place you can walk along a path, observing the hills, ferns, volcanoes, and rich wildlife. This area is home to giant tortoises, forest, mockingbirds, Bahama ducklings, White-cheeked Pintail ducklings, Darwin finches, and many other species.  You will come upon the underground lava tubes, which are more than one kilometer (half a mile) long. Local guides will provide information and flashlights.  Walking through the lava tubes is a unique and surreal experience.

SUNDAY:

Tintoreras Islet or Sierra Negra / Tortoise Breeding Center and Wetlands Complex (Isabela Island)

In the morning we will visit the Tintoreras Islet or Sierra Negra.  Tintoreras is located a short distance from Puerto Villamil and is the home to a great variety of wildlife. Its turquoise, crystalline waters are inhabited by White-Tipped reef sharks, Galapagos penguins, marine turtles and sea lions.  One of its beaches, surrounded by mangroves is one of the few sites where marine iguanas can reproduce successfully.

Sierra Negra boasts the largest volcanic basaltic caldera in Galapagos at 9 x 10km. The site offers impressive views and the opportunity to observe up to 7 species of finches and a rich display of vegetation. The north side of the caldera provides evidence of its most recent volcanic activity in 2005.

Tortoise Breeding Center and Wetlands Complex (Isabela Island)

The Wetlands of Isabela Island are located just outside of Puerto Villamil. The Wetlands consist of lagoons, swamps, and mangroves, and are home to a variety of unique bird species such as Common Stilts, Whimbrels, White-Cheeked Pintails, and Gallinules. The Wetlands can be visited on foot via a path that winds through the swamps.

MONDAY:

Moreno Point and Elizabeth Bay (Isabela Island)

In the morning we will visit Moreno Point, located south west of Elizabeth Bay. Here, a dry landing onto what was once flowing lava is possible. The lava has left craters in its wake, which formed crystal tide pools. By looking into the pools, you can peer into another world, as the marine life drifts by.  In the brackish pools of this area, you may see pink flamingos, White-Cheeked pintails, and Common gallinules. If you look carefully into the pools you may see White-Tipped reef sharks and some sea turtles.

The afternoon visit will take us to Elizabeth Bay, a secluded space lacking any landing sites. We will take a traditional ‘panga’, or dinghy ride, passing the red mangroves and amongst the wildlife of the lively bay.  Elizabeth is known for its marine life; you will probably see sea turtles and rays skimming the surface of the water.  You may also see the Brown pelicans diving for fish, Galapagos penguins, Blue-footed Boobies and even possibly spot humpback whales.

TUESDAY:

Mangrove Point (Fernandina Island), Angle Point (Fernandina Island) and Urbina Bay (Isabela Island)

In the morning we will head for Mangrove Point. A visit to Mangle Point allows visitors to witness the amazing views and wildlife on the Coast of Fernandina Island. This is a small inlet on Fernandina’s coast where you can snorkel to your hearts delight and watch playful sea lions, curious penguins, and also catch a glimpse of where flight less cormorants reside.

In the afternoon, we will land at Urbina Bay, which presents some fascinating geological formations.  In 1954, an uplift from the sea formed the bay; which has been characterized by the resulting terrestrial coral reef ever since.  Expect to see stingrays and sea turtles swimming near the surface of the water, along with Flightless cormorants, pelicans, and marine iguanas. You will be dazzled by the breathtaking view of Volcano Alcedo.

WEDNESDAY:

Espinosa Point (Fernandina Island) and Vicente Roca Point (Isabela Island)

No foreign species have ever invaded Fernandina Island and therefore it is one of the world’s most pristine island ecosystems. Fernandina is the youngest island in Galapagos.  Access to this site is extremely restricted by the Galapagos National Park and you will be one of those very lucky visitors. The volcano “La Cumbre”, dominates the land space with lava fields reaching the ocean.

Crossing the Bolivar Channel that divides Isabela and Fernandina Islands, we will land at Espinosa Point.  After walking past a colony of marine iguanas and a group of sea lions, we’ll reach the island’s highlight: the Flightless Cormorant nesting site.  This area also provides a great opportunity to see the Galapagos Hawk.

In the afternoon we will visit Isabela Island once again to Vicente Roca Point.  Comprised of two separate coves, this site is a large bay with spectacular sea life.  Keep an eye out for seahorses, sea turtles, and the strange yet fascinating Mola-mola sunfish.

THURSDAY:

Black Beach and Mejia Point (Marchena Island)

Black beach is one of the most unique locations to visit in the Galapagos Islands.  Its name came from the black eroded basaltic sand which derived from the Galapagos basaltic shield of volcanoes.  Around Black Beach you may see Bottle-Nosed dolphins playfully splashing about and it may be possible to see Marine iguanas diving for algae growing on the lava beds below the serene, calm, blue waters.

In the afternoon we will visit Mejia Point.  Here you’ll find one of the best snorkeling sites located in the Galapagos Islands.  You can marvel in wonder at the amazing way our world first began by finding the rolling lava beds perfectly preserved below the surface.  This island has never been inhibited by humans so the flora and fauna is abundant and can be seen from afar.  The calm, deep, blue water is perfect for viewing a variety of fish, sting-rays, and sea turtles in the rugged marine territory.

FRIDAY:

El Barranco and Darwin Bay (Genovesa Island)

The morning takes us to El Barranco, also known as Prince Phillip’s Steps, whose steep, rocky path will lead you up 25 meters (82 ft) to a cliff-face.  After marveling at the view you will have the opportunity to take a (0.9 mi / 2 km) trek through Palo Santo vegetation. Here you will be dazzled by all the birds.  Red-footed Boobies, Short-Eared Lava Owls, Galapagos Swallows, and Galapagos Doves are abundant.

Our afternoon visit will take us to the beach at Darwin Bay. This white-sand coral beach heads a (1/2 mi – 3/4 km) trail that winds down through mangroves that are filled with land birds. You may see Nazca Boobies, Red-Footed Boobies, and Swallow-Tailed Gulls. Further down the path, you may see sea lions playing in tidal pools. You will arrive to a cliff-side and as the spectacular views soak in, the Boobies and iguanas will keep you company.

SATURDAY:

North Seymour Island

The morning visit will lead us to North Seymour Island.  Galapagos Sea Lions, Blue-Footed Boobies and Magnificent Frigate birds are abundant on North Seymour Island. The island was formed by series of submarine lavas containing layers of sediment that were uplifted by tectonic activity. The island is characterized by its arid vegetation zone.

After this final visit, you will be transferred to Baltra’s airport in time to catch your flight back to the mainland.

IMPORTANT NOTICE:

Itineraries and activities subject to change without prior notice. Depending on weather conditions and water currents, some wildlife described above may not be visible.

Please keep in mind that on departure days, your morning visit will be early and short since we need to be prepared before heading back toward the airport for your returning flight to Ecuador’s mainland.

5D/4N SATURDAY – WEDNESDAY (A)

SATURDAY:

Bachas Beach (Santa Cruz Island)

Assistance will be provided for you when you arrive to the airport by one of our representatives after you have landed.

You will arrive at Baltra Island in the morning.  After passing through immigration and baggage claim you will be met by Cormorant staff and transferred to the yacht.  You will be shown to your cabin where you will have some time to settle in before lunch and a welcome briefing.

The afternoon visit, Bachas Beach, is located on the north shore of Santa Cruz, and is a great swimming beach.  One of the few remnants of the U.S. World War II, a floating pier, presents its self here.  You may see flamingos, Sally-Lightfoot crabs, hermit crabs, Black-Necked stilts, and whimbrels.  Sea turtles also nest off the beach.

SUNDAY:

Bartolome Island and Sullivan Bay (Santiago (James) Island)

Our morning visit includes Bartolome Island, home of the famous Pinnacle Rock.  Bartholomew consists of an extinct volcano with a variety of red, orange, black and even green volcanic formations.  We will take a trail of stairs to the summit of the volcano (about 30 or 40 minutes), where you will enjoy one of the best views of the islands!  You will also visit a small, beautiful beach, surrounded by the only vegetation found on this barren island.  The beach is perfect for snorkeling where you may even see the Galapagos penguins.

Located southeast of Santiago Island, Sullivan Bay is of great geological interest. The area is covered by Pahoehoe lava flows combined with A’A lava.  It was very active 200 years ago. This flow is geologically very young. The magma formed is flat, but the movement of underground lava, the rapid cooling and other eruptions led to the break in many places.  200 meters around the landing, you can see patterns of vegetation that were burned during the eruption.  A visit to this area of black lava is preferable in the afternoon because the temperature is more pleasant and the light is better for photographs.

MONDAY:

South Plaza Island and Santa Fe Island

In the morning, you will head to South Plaza Island. This small island with steep cliffs was formed by rising lava and is now covered by Opuntia cacti. It is also home to one of the largest sea lion colonies as well as colorful yellow and red land iguanas. The most characteristic plant is the Sesuvium. During the rainy season its color is a greenish to yellowish tone and in the dry season (end of June through January) a bright red.

Our afternoon visit is to Santa Fe Island, formed by a volcanic uplift. Santa Fe (Barrington) is home to the small picturesque bay and anchorage on the island northeast coast. The bay has two visitor trails, one leading to a scenic viewpoint atop a cliff and the other spanning from a small beach to a tall prickly pear cactus forest.  The island is home to a colony of sea lions which would be more than happy to join you for a swim.  Santa Fe also has its own sub-species of land iguana.

TUESDAY:

Witch Hill and Pitt Point (San Cristobal Island)

We will visit Witch Hill (Cerro Brujo) in the morning where you will explore one of the nicest beaches in the Galapagos. You’ll be tantalized by the texture and sight of the powdered, soft, white sand. With a colony of sea lions and Blue-footed Boobies, this scenic place is bustling with life. Just beyond the beach is a lagoon, thriving with Egrets and Great Blue Herons. The turquoise water and abundant marine life will invite you to snorkel their midst.

In the afternoon we will visit Pitt Point. Pitt Point holds its own as the northeastern most site on Isabela. After an easy hike, you will be rewarded with a unique treat. Herein lays the only nesting site which hosts all three species of Galapagos Boobies.  Photographers will be thrilled with this intimate natural experience. The attractive volcanic tuff formations will have geologists and laymen alike imagining the forces of nature that possessed the earth to create this land.

WEDNESDAY:

Breeding Center “Galapaguera” Cerro Colorado

In the morning we will visit the Breeding Center “Galapaguera” Cerro Colorado located near the Interpretation center on San Cristobal Island.

“Galapaguera” Cerro Colorado is a new visitor site in the northeast part of San Cristobal Island and can now be reached in roughly one hour by road from Puerto Baquerizo Moreno.  On the trees and shrubs surrounding the site, you may see land birds like warblers and finches.  Mockingbirds can be observed and on the trails, giant tortoises. They live there wild but in a protected area to assure their survival by sealing them off from introduced predators, like pigs and goats. Once the tortoise perceives danger, it goes into its defensive stance, retreating into its hard shell.

After this final visit, you will be transferred to San Cristobal’s airport in time to catch your flight back to the mainland

Please keep in mind that on departure days, your morning visit will be early and short since we need to be prepared before heading back toward the airport for your returning flight to Ecuador’s mainland.

IMPORTANT NOTICE:

Itineraries and activities subject to change without prior notice. Depending on weather conditions and water currents, some wildlife described above may not be visible.

5D/4N SATURDAY – WEDNESDAY (A)

WEDNESDAY:

Kicker Rock (San Cristobal Island)

Assistance will be provided for you when you arrive to the airport by one of our representatives after you have landed.

You will arrive at San Cristobal Island in the morning.  After passing through immigration and baggage claim you will be met by Cormorant staff and transferred to the yacht.  You will be shown to your cabin where you will have some time to settle in before lunch and a welcome briefing.

In the afternoon you’ll be able to enjoy a dinghy ride and snorkeling around Kicker Rock (Leon Dormido), also known as the Sleeping Lion because of its resemblance.  This site is located off the coast of San Cristobal.  There are remains of a lava cone eroded by the sea and two vertical rocks rising 500 feet above the ocean which forms a small channel that is navigable by small boats.  This Galapagos Island’s natural monument has become a favorite sight for cruises due to the many tropic birds, frigatebirds and boobies that fill the surrounding area.  Beneath the sea the crystal waters offer a brilliant sight of colorful tropical fish and invertebrates.

THURSDAY:

Suarez Point and Gardner Bay / Osborn Islet (Española Island)

Española Island is the southernmost island of the Galapagos and is the breeding site of nearly all of the Waved Albatrosses in the entire world.  Española is densely populated with mockingbirds, Blue-Footed and Nazca Boobies, Darwin finches, Galapagos doves, hawks, red and green Marine iguanas and colonies of sea lions.

In the morning, we will begin the day at Suarez Point on a trail where you will have the chance to see Blue-footed Boobies, albatrosses and Nazca Boobies.  We will also visit a beautiful site on the ocean front where there is a cliff that large albatrosses use as a launching pad!  You’ll also have the chance to see the famous blowhole that spurts water into the air.  The landscape is great for photography.

In the afternoon, we will visit the spectacular Gardner Bay & Osborn Islet.  After landing, you can walk across a lovely white sand beach amongst a busy sea lion colony or dive into the water to swim with sea lion pups.  It is also the breeding site of nearly all of the world’s 12,000 pairs of Waved Albatrosses.

FRIDAY:

Post Office Bay and Cormorant Point / Champion Islet (Floreana Island)

We will visit two sites on Floreana Island.  Floreana is known for its fabulous snorkeling sites, vibrantly pink flamingos and its black sand beaches.  There are easy trails in this area for exploring the flora and fauna of Floreana.

We will visit the famous Post Office Bay. You will land on a beach and head to a spot where 18th century whalers placed a wooden barrel for use as an unofficial mail box. The custom continues to this day with Galapagos visitors.  So, remember your postcards and letters, and deliver them unstamped and free of charge! Don’t be surprised if the post card arrives to its destination before you even get home!

In the afternoon, we will head to Cormorant Point.  When you land you’ll be in awe of the green sand colored by olivine crystals.  Here you can enjoy a hike to a salt-water lagoon which is home to flamingoes and other shore birds.  You will also get to swim in Champion the one of the best snorkeling site in the Galapagos Islands.

SATURDAY:

Charles Darwin Station (Santa Cruz Island)

In the morning we start at the Charles Darwin Station- Breeding Center “Fausto Llerena” home to turtles ranging from 4-inches (new hatchlings) to 4-feet long.  Here you will observe the various sub-species of turtles interacting with each other, and possibly with you.  Many of the older turtles are accustomed to humans, and will stretch out their heads for a pet.  The babies are only kept until they are about four years old, or large enough to survive in the wild.  These conservation efforts continue to be extremely successful.

After this final visit, you will be transferred to Baltra’s airport in time to catch your flight back to the mainland.

Please keep in mind that on departure days, your morning visit will be early and short since we need to be prepared before heading back toward the airport for your returning flight to Ecuador’s mainland.

IMPORTANT NOTICE:

Itineraries and activities subject to change without prior notice. Depending on weather conditions and water currents, some wildlife described above may not be visible.

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