Oh, and did we mention one of the watchers, a Canadian press reporter named Sue Bailey, caught the super rare moment ON VIDEO!?!
Joe O'Brien, the tour boat captain who has been out on the water for 30 years and this is the first time he saw a pair of double breaching whales, explained why it's such an incredible feat.
'It's not super rare, but it is very rare because we don't get a chance to capture it. A breach is so quick, and usually it's when you're not ready that you see a breach. Ninety-eight per cent of people never get the picture, either because their camera button was too slow or because they were frozen.'
How brilliant is that! See the AH-MAZE moment (below)!!!
Our favorite part is when the woman at the beginning is exclaimed her sadness about how she missed it! LOL!
Back in July, Harry Styles was on tour with One Direction, and during their San Diego show, he let out a quick quip against SeaWorld-- alluding to the animal abuse allegations that were raised in the documentary Blackfish.