When you embark on a whale watching cruise off the coast of Massachusetts, prepare to be amazed at the majestic beauty of whales and other marine life you see. With the help of the See & ID Dolphins & Whales app for iOS, you’ll be able to identify different marine animals and learn a little bit about each one.
This helpful app lets you choose from a few different categories of marine animals, including whales and dolphins. It provides photos, descriptions, and illustrations of different whales so that you can pick out which ones you’re looking at. This app also provides information about each animal’s behavior, diet, and history, as well as any threats that they may be up against.
Bring See & ID Dolphins & Whales with you on your next adventure with Captain John Whale Watching & Fishing Tours. Make your reservation for a whale watching cruise by calling (508) 746-2643. Visit our website to learn more about our services and what you can expect during your tour.
For those who love whales, there is no better way to observe them than in their natural habitat. If you have never been whale watching , however, there are a few things you should do to have the best experience possible. Here are a few tips to help you get the most out of your whale watching excursion.
Dress for the Excursion
Regardless of how the weather may be on land, the weather on the water tends to be cold, windy, and damp. It is better to have extra layers of clothing to take off than to risk suffering due to cold weather. The air temperature out at sea is lower than the temperature on land, and you will also be faced with both wind and water from sea spray . It helps to bring a hat, a sweatshirt or jacket, and gloves.
Go into your whale watching expedition with an open mind. Your captain will do the best he can to get you up close to the whales so you can see their spectacular shows and maybe even hear their songs. However, as simple as it may be to plan a boat trip, it is not easy to plan for whales’ activities. Since different species’ migration patterns vary, you may not get to see exactly the type of whale that you wanted to see.
Prepare for Seasickness
If you have never been on a boat before, know that it does not feel the same as standing on the ground. Those who tend to suffer from motion sickness will want to bring along the appropriate medicine in order to make the most of their excursions.
If you would like more tips for whale watching excursions, contact Captain John Whale Watching & Fishing Tours . We offer bass and cod fishing tours as well as whale watching expeditions in the Plymouth, Massachusetts, area. You can find out more about our business by visiting our website or calling us at (508) 746-2643.
Captain John Whale Watching & Fishing Tours is proud to have a friendly and professional staff. Our team members are as passionate as they are experienced, and they love what they do. Keep reading to learn about the crew of Captain John Whale Watching & Fishing Tours.
Captain Russ Burgess runs the Captain John and Son II and has been fishing for more than two decades. Captain Kenny Hyslop is 26 and has been working with us for half of his life. He both captains and serves as a deckhand on the Captain John and Son. Captain Bob Avila has been watching whales for 30 years, and has been a captain for even longer. Captain Dave Niemi runs the Captain John and Son fishing boat, is certified in CPR, and has many fishing awards. Our naturalist, Carol Carson, has been working in the area as a marine biologist for over 30 years.
Come in today and meet the crew of Captain John Whale Watching & Fishing Tours in person. We are happy to provide Massachusetts with exciting flounder fishing tours and whale watching excursions. If you would like to find out more about what we can do for you, call (508) 746-2643 or visit our website.
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