You may be planning a trip with friends or family. Maybe you have a whole classroom of students who would be thrilled to go whale watching. Company trips are a big hit during whale watching season too and provide a great way to extend a warm "thank you" to hard working team members. Whatever your reason for scouting out the possibilities with New England whale watching trips, we hope you’ll take a moment to get to know us a bit. We’d like to show you some great images, relate our passion (whale research, preservation and education of all marine wildlife), and have the opportunity to go adventuring with you soon.
Please look around and let us know if you have any questions. We’re quite familiar with the whales spotted on our tours and can let you know the coolest info. Plus, we’ve been at this long enough to anticipate certain whale behavior. You can learn to do this too.
You can also contact us if you would like to discuss special arrangements for one of our whale watching trips. We can customize a watch for a special occasion. For example, if you are planning a wedding, know that we would be happy to have the wedding party aboard the Miss Cape Ann. Or if you have yet another conference to schedule, consider something out of the ordinary to attract attendees and infuse excitement!
Another common request of the Capt, Bill and Sons whale watching company is the hosting of non-profit events and fundraisers, possibly because people like to go whale watching and are happy to be part of supporting a cause while enjoying the adventure of a lifetime.
Concerned about safety measures? Please know that at Capt. Bill and Sons, we follow strict guidelines to keep all creatures safe, from humpback whales to fifth graders. We adhere to all safety and whale watching guidelines. Please let us know if you would like to discuss safety issues.