- Glad I could've helped. I'm an amateur, but cetaceans are my specialty. I do think I see the cause of confusion - there is a humpback dolphin in the background, which I didn't notice until someone pointed it out.
Lovely photograph! However, the dolphin in question is in fact a rough-toothed dolphin, Steno bredanensis. Dorsal fin aside, the sloped forehead and lack of demarcation on the rostrum are diagnostic, as are the protruding "goggle" eyes.
For comparison: http://marinebio.org/upload/_05/Steno_bredanensis1.jpg http://www.cascadiaresearch.org/hawaii/Leaping%20Steno%20pair%20Oct%2029%20RWb.jpg
VS humpback: http://www.leszoosdanslemonde.com/leszoosdanslemonde/moyen_orient/emirats_arabes_unis/sharjah_desert_internship/week_10/sharjah_week_10_bahrain_dolphin_resort_4_small.jpg