dolphin cruise

dolphin cruiseWhen you go on a dolphin cruise, there are many things that you need to remember.

Activities that involve any attempt to interact with sea lions, whales, dolphins, porpoises, or seals are not supported, condoned, and authorized by the National Oceanic and Atmosphere Administration or the National Marine Fisheries Services. It’s because dolphin human interaction could lead to a negative effect on the behavior of the dolphin, which is something that’s considered harassment by federal law.

If people will swim with resting dolphins, the latter may stop their resting state in order to check or avoid the swimmers, which will disrupt their behavioral patterns. But there are ways for you to view dolphins while they’re in their natural habitat safely and responsibly without disturbing their feeding habits or their behavior.

Reminders When Going on a Dolphin Cruise

Don’t pursue or feed wild dolphins when you are on a dolphin tour North Myrtle Beach SC. It’s illegal, considered harassment, and it may cause injury, stress, or even death. If you feed dolphins, it may cause them to become dependent on human food and will no longer go to their hunting sites. Additionally, if you feed wild dolphins all the time, they have a tendency to lose their instinctual wariness of humans.

Don’t pet or touch dolphins, even if they try to go close enough to touch. You should use binoculars if you want to watch these creatures from afar.

Stay as quiet as you can when you are on a dolphin trip and you should avoid entrapping or circling around dolphins because they may change their behaviour, physically harm them and even traumatize them. You should put the engine of your pontoon boat rentals in neutral when you’re near dolphin pods or individual dolphins.

Avoid Rod and Reel Interactions

In case you see that someone is feeding the dolphins, you should report them right away to the NOOA Fisheries enforcement hotline. If you are going on a fishing trip in an area that is known to be a dolphin habitat, you should avoid throwing unused bait into the water.

It could easily attract a lot of wild dolphins to the place where they will learn how to steal and beg to get fishing bait. If you see or think that there are dolphins in the area, you should reel in all of the fishing lines and then wait for the dolphins to pass by. Additionally, you should release catches quietly and away from the area where the dolphins are gathered. If you think that caught fish are released in a specific spot, dolphins can easily swarm in that area and then wait for people to release their other catches.

You can decrease the risk of injuring dolphins and other sea creatures by using circle and corrodible fishing hooks. Hooks that aren’t created from stainless steel would dissolve in the water when they become not connected to the fishing line.

Call Action Water Sportz if you’re thinking of going on a dolphin cruise or looking for a jet ski rental in Myrtle Beach.

Action Water Sportz
1525 13th Ave N
North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582
(843) 280-4100
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2051 Bridge View Ct
North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582
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4430 Kingsport Road
Little River SC 29566
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