Tuesday, August 25, 2009
Migaloo Cruises the Whitsundays
John Dyson, Skipper of Fantasea Adventure Cruising vessel 'Wonder', sighted Migaloo, the Albino Humpback Whale on the way home to Shute Harbour from Hardy Reef (51 Nautical Miles from the mainland), East of the Whitsunday Islands at approximately 4pm on August 25.
He spent around half an hour observing Migaloo for all 113 guests on board.
This was a very rare sighting and is believed to be the first sighting of Migaloo in the Whitsunday waters this season.
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