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Gray Whale Watch Cruises in Seattle, WA

227 Jackson Street Port Townsend, WA 98368
Gray Whale Watch Cruises in Seattle, Washington gives visitors the chance to see these majestic mammals in their natural habitat.

While cruising the beautiful shore of the Pacific Ocean you will have the opportunity to learn about these whales while exploring the route of the Pacific Gray Whale.

Gray Whales off the coast of Seattle, Washington have traveled these waters for many years. After spending their summer feeding off of Alaska they head south to Baja, Mexico where they mate and have their young. Once they are ready they will begin their northern journey back to Alaska.

Looking for the whales to blow from their spouts is one way of locating them during your cruise. Once a whale is located your experienced guide or captain will safely follow the whale in the hopes of seeing some of their amazing behaviors. Pacific Grays in Seattle have been known to spy hop, which is when they pop their heads up out of the water as if to look around at you as much as you're looking at them. They also will do deep dives that allow for a picture perfect view of their fluke. For the incredibly fortunate a complete breach out of the water is possible.

Taking a Gray Whale Watch Cruise in Seattle, Washington is a way to really feel close to nature while experiencing the beautiful shore line of Seattle. The Seattle shore is a diversified area with hiking and trails as well as excellent dining and shopping.


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