We have the benefit of watching whales every day. This, coupled with the expertise of our on board naturalists, means the best whale watch tours for you, whether you're planning a trip for yourself and some friends, your family, a classroom of students or your valued team members at work who deserve a special reward for going the extra mile. We're familiar with many of the whales seen, able to provide their "resumes" or just a bit more information, and we're also able to anticipate whale behavior. So when you board a whale watch tour with Capt. Bill and Sons, prepare to be impressed. In fact, it's our mission to be sure you are impressed. We do everything possible to make your whale watching excursion the best it can possibly be.

We are also capable of customizing a whale watch tour to make it perfect for whatever occasion you have coming up. Getting married? Consider a special trip aboard the Miss Cape Ann with your wedding party and an assorted number of other mammals (the marine kind.) Arranging a conference and interested in making it something more than the usual? Contact us.

We are also experienced with fundraisers and non-profit events. Whale watch tours are an excellent way to both draw participants and to engender support for your worthwhile cause. We can work with you to provide a great experience for your guests that they'll never forget. Long after the trip, your new donors and supporters will associate their wonderful experiences with your efforts, and that's a good thing!

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You can count on it, for both land and marine mammals. Capt. Bill and Sons Captain and crew abide by safety and whale watching guidelines from the Coast Guard and National Marine Fisheries Service. Contact us if you have further questions or concerns regarding safety.

Additional information: Whale Watching Cruises

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