It’s almost time..

Work has officially begun on the Miss Cape Ann for the fast approaching whale watching season.  The hull has been painted, the propellers adjusted and put back on, an interior cleanout and repainting of the pilot house. We are hoping to get the boat in the water this week!  There are lots of pictures on our facebook fan page so you can track the progress too! “Like” our fan page to get daily updates and sightings right on your own Facebook news feed. We may even start contests and trivia on our fan page, so start “liking” away!!

And as for the whales? We have heard there are a few scattered around the area, but we won’t know exactly what is out there until next week! However we are hoping there is plenty of bait in the area to keep lots of whales around all season long. Their migration is in full swing so hopefully they get up here in time for the Earth Day whale watch next week.

Bored and want to read about humpback migrations? check out this article– although its not about our humpback’s exact migration, the concept of their migration is very interesting.

migrationNorth Atlantic Humpback whale migration route
New England/Nova scotia coasts/Stellwagen bank (feeding grounds)—->
Dominican Republic coast Silver Bank (breeding grounds)

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