Here we go again!

From July 1st on we will sail out again to the whales and dolphins. We are looking forward to welcoming you soon and wish you already now a relaxing holiday. You will find information about the necessary hygiene and safety measures under observation tours.

See you soon in Tarifa, Katharina Heyer and the firmm team

White Cap

White Cap is a female Bottlenose Dolphin and, as her name suggests, we can easily recognize her by the white tip of her dorsal fin. She usually swims in a larger school of Bottlenose Dolphins and does not feel excluded from the group despite her problem with the fin.

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This is how we have experienced White Cap since the beginning of our adoption program:

2015

White Cap is still a young dolphin that can be recognized very well by its white fin. There are more dolphins in her family with similar white spots on their dorsal fins, but not as pronounced as White Cap. We are curious whether it will remain so bright white or will slowly fade over the wintertime.

2016

We have often seen White Cap, even far out in the Atlantic, while we observed over 100 Bottlenose Dolphins in a large group. It seems that she has a young one with her.

2017

We've seen White Cap a lot this year, mostly accompanied by her young one from last year.

2018

White Cap is always fast and recognizable from a distance. She has a young one born in 2016 that we named Fortunato. She protects it and the two always swim close together. White Cap moves in a group of about 12 Bottlenose Dolphins and has been spotted 17 times.