The fog was again present when the SV Tuan headed out on tour this morning. Johnstone Strait cleared quickly and then around noon, fog drifted out of Weynton Passage, drifting as far west as Alert Bay and clearing again as we left on our afternoon tour. A beautiful day and wonderful encounters with orca sightings early in the morning and again on the afternoon tour. The orcas were all spread out across the Strait on both sides on both tours, their blows could be seen in all directions. Passengers observed some intensive foraging, spy-hopping, breaching, traveling and resting behaviour. The pods seen today nearby were: The A8’s, A24’s and the G17’s. Other sightings were: Dall’s Porpoises, Harbor Seals, Rhinoceros Auklets , Pigeon Guillemots, Red-necked Phalaropes, Bald Eagles and an Eaglet in a nest, Glaucous-winged and California Gulls.