The Boston whale watching cruise is something that you will remember for life and, it is perfect for anyone from families, to those that are just on their own. The only thing that you need to have when going on the cruise is a love for nature and a desire for sightseeing. The cruise is a day cruise so there is no overnights but, it is all day so you should be prepared to be on the ship for quite a while. The ship has all the amenities that you will need while there from food, drink, and restrooms. While on the cruise you will have a speaker that will direct you so that you can see the most whales while on the ship, and any other objects out in the ocean as well. The whole thing is interactive so if you have any questions be sure to ask as someone else might be wondering too.
Overall the trip is very affordable and is priced by person, or by party depending on how many people you have. The ship goes back to the same port so if you drove to the site it isn’t a problem getting back to your car afterwards, and the cruise really takes care of everything. Of course to get the cruise you want it would be best to book in advance so that you already have your tickets. However if you don’t have your tickets in advance you can get them the day of but there is no guarantee that there will be space on the cruise ship that you were wanting originally if you wait to buy the tickets instead.
Looking for a whale watch that requires less travel time, offers the most comfortable ride available and gives you more time viewing some of the world's most magnificent creatures? Look no further! Here is Boston's ONLY 3-Hour Whale Watch on a high-speed catamaran. They will get you to and from the whales in half the time, which allows you more time to watch the whales.
You'll visit Stellwagen Bank, the East Coast's most famous whale watching destination. Stellwagen's heavy concentration of humpback, finback, and minke whales guarantees an adventure filled with opportunities to view and learn about whales as they frolic in their natural habitat.
Each Boston Whale Watching Cruise is narrated and guided by a naturalist from the noted Whale Center of New England (WCNE). The WCNE has been studying the whales of New England for more than 20 years and its members are recognized worldwide as authorities on whales.
One of the whales you're likely to spot during a Boston Whale Watching Cruise is the humpback. These Northern hemisphere humpbacks reach an average length of 50 feet, and a weight of about 37 tons! Sadly, they're also among the most endangered, and its estimated that only 8 percent of their original population remains.
With the data collected on each cruise, WCNE is able to further the understanding of whales and their world. And, their presence on board ensures that your whale watch will be an exciting and educational trip.
Whale sightings on every whale watch. If you do not see a whale on your trip, you will receive a free ticket for a future Boston Whale Watching Cruise.
The catamarans feature 3 outside decks for optimum viewing capability. Inside you will find climate controlled cabin space with cushioned seating, tables, state-of-the-art audio-visual, and a galley offering snacks and beverages for purchase.