Fall Whale Watching

Many people ask when our whale watching season ends.  The answer is that we whale watch through the month of October, weather and whales permitting.  October can be a great month to go whale watching if the weather and the whales cooperate.  Usually the whales will not start to migrate down to their feeding grounds until November/December. Our last whale watch usually falls around Halloween, or maybe the weekend before. We highly recommend reservations for this time in the season.  Our October schedule runs Sun-Fri @ 10 am and Saturdays @ 1pm.

Comments from recent trips:

9/18 pm trip:

“Great to see so many whales so close up. An Amazing experience.”- Ann E.

“We saw so many more whales than expected.”- Katherine S.

9/23 Am trip:

“Great time- family friendly, clean boat, clean facilities, staff was wonderful! Saw whales :) ” – Juliette R.

“Brilliant in every way, even the weather was fantastic.”- M.H

 Thank you to Jay Decatur for sending in a few pictures from his recent whale watch on 9/16/10:

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And a few pictures from a crew member:

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