Come on a nature cruise with us. You'll find out firsthand why we've been known for some of the best whale watching in New England for more than 50 years. Make your reservations and come to Gloucester where you'll climb aboard the Miss Cape Ann. Experience the magic of dolphin and whale watching. You'll also have the chance to see bluefin tuna, basking sharks, and marine birds such as petrels and shearwaters. With many discount offer options, group rates, and an ongoing offer to honor any local competitor's discount, you can easily take advantage of our years of experience and commitment to your best whale watch trip! Call today.

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Best Whale Watching: What to Bring

With your sunglasses, camera, binoculars, sunscreen, a sweater or jacket, and rubber-soled shoes, you'll have all you need for the very best whale watching. You will also want to bring along all of your curiosity and adventurous spirit, as every whale watch trip is different. With experts on board from The Whale Center of New England and access to one of the fourteen National Marine Sanctuaries here at Stellwagen Bank or Jeffreys Ledge - it's one of the richest feeding grounds for humpbacks whales anywhere in the world, by the way - you may also want to come prepared to experience an excellent dolphin and whale watching adventure.

If you are a teacher and have access to some curious students, bring them. If you are in charge of an annual corporate event and have some employees or clients to impress, arrange for them to climb aboard for a Capt. Bill and Sons Whale Watch. It's sure to pay off. And if you have a family vacation to plan, we invite you to bring your favorite junior marine biologists to Gloucester. We welcome kids of all ages on board the Miss Cape Ann!

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Whale Watch Excursions in Boston
Whale Watch Excursions in Boston
Whale Watch Excursions in Boston
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