You would be surprised how many folks think that parking at the lookout with binoculears is whale watching. Some even claim to whale watch ftom the balcony of their condo. Not possible! Others crowd together on a giant slow moving boat and expect to have a high quality whale watching experience. The only highlight of these bargain big boats is access to an onboard giftshop and restaraunt. But…. isn’t Front Street one big gift shop and reastaraunt? While laying by the pool woth a mai tai is a wonderful way to spend a day or three, it is a borderline crime to not get out on a whale watch.
So, heres the thing. You can’t whale watch from the shore, and it is almost as hard aboard a giant tour vessel. The truth is you will never find the kind of experience that we offer any where else. We operate small group tours aboard speedy ocean rafts. You can get you food and shopping fix on Front Street and then just hop on onw of our tours. Our tours are a full two hours devoted to the magestic humpback whales. Our vessels are fast and we make it a point to travel a bit further to avoid the crowds. The whales are actually bigger than our boats and each seat is literally a front row seat. You won’t get better photo ops anywhere!