|Kathryn and John, before our departure from Tenby|
As we sailed about 2 miles off Worm's Head, we were joined by a pod of about seven or eight dolphins, which broached, bow-rode and crossed under the boat at speed. These were quite different to the bottlenose dolphins we'd seen earlier in the trip. They were much smaller, more dainty in appearance and were white underneath. We initially thought that they were the rare striped dolphin, but later thought that they may have been common dolphins with juveniles.
|As we pitched and rode the waves, I was sent below to stow anything loose.|
|Adieu, Katherine. Being rowed ashore in Mumbles|
Not wishing to spend the night on a rollercoaster mooring, we headed across the bay to Swansea marina, where the delights of warm showers and washing machines made up for a rather demanding day.
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