What You Can Expect from a Whale Watching Tour
When you embark on a tour with Captain John Whale Watching , you’re in for a fun and exhilarating day of sightseeing. On the day of the tour, you’ll want to arrive at Plymouth Harbor early in advance of departure. With the time it takes to process tickets, come aboard the ferry, and settle in for the tour, you’ll need to get here an hour before we leave the dock.
Rare Mammal Sightings
After years of watching whales on television from the comfort of your living room, you’ll now be seeing them up close, in the flesh. The tour begins at Town Wharf in Plymouth and proceeds to Cape Cod Bay and Stellwagen Bank. Along the course of the tour, you’ll witness some of the world’s biggest, rarest mammals in their natural habitat, including finback, humpback, minke, pilot, and right whales.
Fun and Adventure
As you prepare to take part in the Captain John Whale Watching Tour, expect to have one of the most fun times in your entire life. The creatures that you’ll see in Cape Cod Bay and the Stellwagen Bank marine sanctuary are the kinds of things that most people only get to see in movies, T.V. documentaries, and magazines.
A Learning Experience
As we take to the water, our tour guides will keep you informed of the sights that we encounter with each passing minute. Our crew has in depth knowledge of marine life, as well as decades of experience in tours of the deep waters. Throughout the tour, you’ll be able to learn and ask questions about the various aquatic wonders that come before your eyes.
If you’d like to go whale watching off the coast of Plymouth, call Captain John Whale Watching & Fishing Tours to book a day trip on our ferry. Since 1946, we have been taking passengers on unforgettable deep sea fishing and humpback whale watching adventures in the waters of Cape Cod. To learn more about our company and to book a day of fun, call us at (508) 927-5575.