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Carino Wildlife Cruises receives International Recognition

 

Here’s the kind of news I’d love to share everyday:
 

Carino wildlife cruises is Internationally certified, as a responsible whale and dolphin watching operator, the only one in the Bay of Islands and one of 23 worldwide
Carino wildlife cruises is one of a special group of the world’s leading responsible whale and dolphin watching tour […]

By |July 14th, 2020|Sailing on Carino|0 Comments

Coronavirus: What we are doing to protecting our passengers & crew

Kia ora from team Carino, Vanessa and Bruce

We hope this finds you all well and stretching your legs a little, in Level 2.

After spending time in lockdown 4 and 3 and now 2, we are ready to be back out on the water.

But

We need to keep our crew safe, and our customers safe. Unfortunately […]

By |May 22nd, 2020|Sailing on Carino|0 Comments

Our commitment is to the future of wild dolphins in the Bay of Islands

A Massey University report, commissioned by the Department Of Conservation, indicates a very high level of correlation between boat-dolphin interaction and an ongoing drop in the local bottlenose dolphin population within the Bay of Islands.

Carino Sailing and Dolphins was privileged to have had a direct involvement in the production of this report, hosting a […]

By |April 26th, 2019|Sailing on Carino|0 Comments

How do We know the Dolphins by name?

 

How can you tell which dolphin is that? Is a question at is often asked by our guests.

Just like parents can pick their child out in the playground, we can look at our wild bottlenose dolphins and know them by name. Names we have chosen, usually by association to their mother, location at birth […]

By |August 17th, 2018|Sailing on Carino|0 Comments

Wild Dolphins – To Swim or Not to Swim?

For many people, the opportunity to swim with wild dolphins is at the very top of their bucket list.

However, in our modern tech heavy world, an augmented reality of what swimming with wild dolphins is like seems to have taken hold. At Carino Sailing and Dolphin Adventures we believe that it is important to […]

By |November 11th, 2016|Sailing on Carino|1 Comment

Winter is here in the bay! What do we do?

Winter for the Carino Crew, means a time to take a breath and regenerate for the next season.  This involves slipping the yacht, which is an intensive week of sanding, painting and polishing.  Getting all those maintenance jobs that have cropped up in the summer all fixed and sorted. It is a great time […]

By |July 13th, 2016|Sailing on Carino|0 Comments

Our favourite way to see the bay.

Sailing is the art of moving or traveling over water by use of sails.

For us it is much more! It is all about the smiles when we turn the engines off and the wind catches the sail. We can almost see our guests take a deep breath and relax into the motion. For us, […]

By |January 29th, 2016|Sailing on Carino|0 Comments

Dolphin Family Christmas

The holiday season is upon us once again and what a great opportunity to spend some time with loved ones, out in the beautiful Bay of Islands. Actually that is exactly what we do here at Carino Sailing & Dolphin Adventures just about every day. Although we are fairly certain that the dolphins that […]

By |December 23rd, 2015|Sailing on Carino|1 Comment

New Baby Dolphin in the Bay

We have been very lucky to have a new baby dolphin calf born in the bay of Islands. He/she is now five week old and looks to be swimming strongly. It takes some time for the newly born calf to get adjusted to the new environment. The baby dolphin breathes by “chin slapping” (raising […]

By |November 24th, 2015|Sailing on Carino|0 Comments

Giant Petrel Sighting

We sighted a giant petrel off Tapeka Point, in the bay of islands in late October. Very unusual to see this far north and this close in. You could really see the size difference and why they are called giant petrels.

According to DOC their Conservation status is Native seabird, naturally uncommon there are no […]

By |October 22nd, 2014|Sailing on Carino|0 Comments