Dolphin show at Maritime Museum is a big hit.
Almost every one talking about it.
It has 3 shows: one from 10 am to 11 am is for schools and disable people, two shows: one in evening and one in night are for general public and families. Each show is for one an hour, and every show is jam packed, and why not? it is a well organized conducting by amazing trainers, Faud Shreef from Egypt with Memo_ the sea loin, and Boris_the dolphin,and Inga Strekach with Bulga whale as Stephen, do their best to entertain us.
We had our booking almost 20 days ago. When we reached there, around 10:30, other schools were already there. (We later found out every day some 10 to 15 schools come to see it).
I have been to Maritime so many times, but I have never seen such crowd. Maritime was not looking like the Maritime. It was choke full with school kids, and their teachers. There was a long queue from the main gate to the arena, with a capacity of 2,000 persons and a large pool, which is 66 feet in length and 56 in dimension, specially build for it. It took some 20 minutes to reached the arena.
It was looking like we are never gonna reach there. However, kids were so excited, that queue, waiting and walking was jack to them.
Finally we reached the arena.
Everyone settled down.
Show started with a 3.5 feet long, energetic Memo, a sea loin with its trainer, Shreef.
Its performance was superb. Every act was entertaining.
Then came, Stephne, a Bulga whale with its trainer Inga.
It is 12 feet broad and 1 ton stressed in metric.
Last but not the least was, Boris, a dolphin with Shareef.
Standing up, for National Anthem.
Time to go home. Though we were tired, we had lots of fun to meet such intelligent, and mart marine animals.