Dolphin Tale (Featurette)

Dolphin Tale Poster “Dolphin Tale” is inspired by the amazing true story of a brave dolphin and the compassionate strangers who banded together to save her life. Swimming free, a young dolphin is caught in a crab trap, severely damaging her tail. She is rescued and transported to the Clearwater Marine Hospital, where she is named Winter. But her fight for survival has just begun. Without a tail, Winter’s prognosis is dire. It will take the expertise of a dedicated marine biologist, the ingenuity of a brilliant prosthetics doctor, and the unwavering devotion of a young boy to bring about a groundbreaking miracle–a miracle that might not only save Winter but could also help scores of people around the world. The real Winter, who plays herself in “Dolphin Tale,” today serves as a symbol of courage, perseverance and hope to millions of people–both able and disabled–who have been touched by her remarkable story of recovery and rehabilitation. (Source)

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  1. Years ago Steve Siebert’s shop, The Canvas Yard, was next door to the Clearwater Marine Aquarium. Steve spent time sewing custom items used to save marine mammals when he wasn’t sewing and designing custom marine canvas items. He spent hours in the aquariums with the injured dolphins and a baby whale. Steve even helped release the dolphin named Blondie back to deep water a few miles out in the Gulf of Mexico.

    The Dolphin Tale movie has many similarities to Steve’s life. Steve began volunteering at the Clearwater Marine Aquarium after his wife had died of breast cancer. The marine mammals helped him through his grief.

    What an irony that of the hundreds of sailboats reviewed for this movie that Steve’s boat was the one and only sailboat chosen to be featured in the movie and in the movie trailer (behind Kris Kristofferson).

    Soon after I met Steve his life changed. We both sewed a few more items for the marine mammals. The boatyard where his shop was located was torn down to make room for condo’s that never got built. We got married and our Canvas Yard shop got moved into our house. Steve had a new life with me and it was time for new people to experience the rewards of saving marine mammals.

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