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Elding Premiere First Live Virtual Whale Watching Tour

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HARRY ECKMAN

Chief Executive Officer

ELIZABETH CUEVAS ZIMBRÓN

Whale Heritage Site Project Manager

MIKI TILLETT

Communications Manager

PATICE TALAUE

Certification Manager

STEFF EATON

Operations Manager

ANDREW SCOON

Sussex Dolphin Project, Project Support Officer

THEA TAYLOR

Sussex Dolphin Project, Lead

DYLAN WALKER

Senior Adviser - Whale Heritage Sites

JEAN-MICHEL COUSTEAU

HONORARY PRESIDENT

IAN LEWIS

Trustee, Life College, UK

ROGER MANN

Trustee, Individual Partners

SUZANNE ROGERS

Trustee, Change for Animals Foundation, UK

Are you struggling to fulfil your fix for whale watching during this unprecedented time? I know we are! With lockdown in full swing, it may appear impossible to get out on the water and observe the first whale sightings of the 2020 season. However, Elding have come up with a fantastic and innovative way to navigate around this issue to provide you with all the whale encounters you could desire throughout this isolation period.

If you can’t travel to the whales, then why not have them travel to you? This was clearly the underlying proposal at Elding when they announced that they would be live streaming a virtual whale watching tour on their Facebook page earlier this month! Four of their crew members took a boat out into Faxaflói Bay in an attempt to bring you the most interactive cetacean experiences possible – and they did not disappoint! 

Join Sabrina, Leó, Ottó and Bárður as they treat you to some phenomenal humpback and minke whale encounters, as well as an exciting premiere view of the first puffins seen this season! 

Elding are currently attempting everything in their power to uphold normality within their database by ensuring all of their data is up to date and maintaining their boats to the highest so that when COVID-19 has passed they can get back on the water immediately. 

Until that time comes, however, why don’t you accompany them in enjoying the whales from the comfort of your own homes by following them on social media, so you don’t miss the next live-streamed virtual whale watching action?

Take a look at their previous their previous whale watching trips on Elding’s website and social media!

Jack Booth
Author: Jack Booth

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