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Whale Watching

Whale watching excursions are affordable, family-friendly nature cruises that search for the majestic, massive, marine mammals just off the New England coast. Whale watching fleets offer excursions guided by naturalists who teach passengers all about these peaceful, endangered creatures, and know where to find them. Meet the finback, humpback, and minke whales of the Atlantic Ocean, and take home rare souvenir photos of waving whale tails and breaching blowholes.

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Whale 500x250 - Captain John Whale Watch & Fishing Tours - Plymouth, MA
Captain John Boats

10 Town Wharf Plymouth, MA, 02360 Phone: 508-746-2643

You’ll have a tale to tell when you get back from this exciting whale-watch trip

Amazing, awe-inspiring, beautiful: Those are just some of the words people use when they see a humpback emerge from the ocean on one of Captain John Boats’ whale watches. Departing from historic waterfronts in both Plymouth and Provincetown, the whale watches, guided by knowledgeable naturalists, are both educational – and downright exhilarating. Get within feet of these graceful mammals (some up to 70 feet long) in Cape Cod Bay and the Stellwagen Bank marine sanctuary: prime feeding grounds of humpbacks, finbacks, minkes, pilot whales and even the magnificent and endangered northern right whales. The Captain John vessels feature two open decks as well as comfortable seating in a climate-controlled cabin. There is complete galley service onboard with food and alcoholic beverages.

Fast Ferry to Provincetown available from June thru September
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