In addition to seeing some of the largest animals on the planet, whale
watching excursions are a great opportunity to enjoy the cool sea breeze.
However, the sea can be a fickle mistress, and it pays to be prepared.
Here is a brief list of things you should bring with you on your next
whale watching excursion:
Rain or shine, you should always be prepared. In the case of sun, it’s
important that you bring a hat, sunblock, and sunglasses to shield you
from sunlight reflected from the ocean. In case the weather turns, you
should have a rain jacket handy. Dress in layers and wear a pair of rubber-soled
shoes for better traction on the wet deck.
To maximize your whale watching enjoyment, it’s a good idea to bring a pair of
binoculars. That way, you’ll be able to behold the majestic creatures up close.
Also, a camera will help you record the excitement for years to come.
A lot of people have trouble with the rocking motion of the boat—if
you’re one of them, take
motion sickness pills an hour before you set out for sea. Nausea can take the fun out of whale
watching in a hurry.
humpback whales migrate? How big do they get? These are just a few of the questions you
might ask on your whale watching excursion. In addition to seeing these
amazing creatures in action, you’ll find that whale watching can
be a great learning opportunity.
For an amazing whale watching experience, come to Plymouth, Massachusetts,
where you’ll find
Captain John Whale Watching and Fishing Tours. On one of our vessels, you’re guaranteed to catch a glimpse of
a majestic whale while an expert naturalist tells you all about it. If
a fishing tour is more your speed, hop on board and we’ll take you
out to sea where you’ll likely find cod, flounder, and other wonderful
fish. Check out our website to learn more about us or call (508) 746-2646.
We hope to see you at the dock!