Boston Whale Watching Cruise
Cruise on a Three Hour Boston Whale Tour For Two
Price for 2 participants
Experience the excitement of spotting Whales during a three-hour Whale Watching Cruise in Boston, Mass. You and your guest will head out on the water on a high-speed catamaran and enjoy an exciting adventure at sea as you look for whales and spot other native wildlife along Boston's Coastline. Hop onboard this Whale Watching Cruise at the Historic Long Wharf and get your camera ready to capture this unforgettable and educational experience.
Professional researchers from the Whale Center of New England, the region's foremost authority on whale populations, are onboard and will provide narration throughout the cruise. They'll teach you about everything from whale behavior and migration patterns to the local ecology so that you may better understand these magnificent creatures.
Throughout the Boston Cruise, you and your guest will have plenty of time to relax on deck and keep an eye out for humpbacks, minks, finbacks and white-sided dolphins. This Massachusetts Whale Watching adventure offered April through November makes a great gift for every occasion, and is one of the best things to do in Boston!
What to wear
Your experience will take place on a catamaran which feature 3 outside decks for optimum whale watching. Inside you’ll find climate-controlled cabin space with cushioned seating, free WIFI, tables, state-of-the-art sound and video systems, and a galley offering food and beverages for purchase. Beverages and snacks are available on the boat from the snack bar but are not included in the price of the cruise.
Children under the age of 3 or expecting mothers are not eligible to participate in this experience.
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It was a wonderful cruise. It went an extra 11/2 hours just to make sure we saw plenty of whales. We saw probably 6 different Humpback whales feeding about 20 or 30 feet from the boat. It was an experience that I will never forget.
- Janelle Carson - Boston, MA, Wednesday, October 12, 2011
We were fortunate enough to have the best weather to go on a whale watch. The seas were calm, it was warm and a truly pleasant trip on the catamaran. We saw a few whales and got one really good video. If anyone is looking for a relaxing, enjoyable afternoon, this trip is highly recommended.
- Anita - Boston, Monday, August 15, 2011
Watch was ok. I guess I expected to see much bigger whales. The boat was filled to capacity, so unless you got to the rail first, you were not able to see anything. Fun, but wouldn't do again.
- Diane - Boston, Tuesday, August 03, 2010
Question: Is my 2.5 year old allowed on the cruise? Do i have to purchase separate ticket for him?
Answer: Children under the age of 3 or expecting mothers are not eligible to participate in the Boston Whale Watching Cruise.
Question: Is there an age limit and weight limit? thank you
Answer: There is not a weight limit for this experience however, children under the age of 3 or expecting mothers are not eligible to participate in the Boston Whale Watching Experience.
Question: Hello- What time of year is the best for the Boston Whale Watching tour? Is there a season that is more probable to see a whale?
Answer: April through October is ideal for whale watching. The time of day makes no difference in whale sightings or activity; it is just a matter of convenience for you. Whale sightings on any whale watch cruise are fully guaranteed by our cruise partner.
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