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Excellent close up sightings of humpback and minke whales July 4

This was an amazing whale watching cruise. We saw over 10 whales up close and personal. Several in the distance. I would highly recommend this tour. They guarantee whale sightings and will give you a free cruise ticket that never expires if you don’t see a whale. They drive you out to a protected area 1 1/2 hours out. You watch for whales in this protected area for an hour. Then another hour and a half back. It could last 3-4 hours depending on how long it takes to find them. You could see the sprays in the distance of the humpbacks. Three huge humpbacks surfaced within a few feet from us and lazily took in air and you could see their blow holes so well. Then they dove down. What an incredible experience! There is a great guide from the New England Aquarium on board keeping you posted on where to look.

Whale Watching Cruise from Boston Reviewed by Sue, 07/06/2019

Great activity, especially with middle school aged kids.

Really enjoyed our October day trip to Plymouth. The Plantation and Grist Mill were very educational and interesting. The day was well paced (not too much or little time any either place). We also stopped at Plymouth Harbor (where Plymouth Rock is). Since we took a leisurely lunch and a visit to Pilgrim Hall Museum in town we ran a little short of time at that last stop. Our bus driver/host was a riot. Really fun day all around.

Sound system could be improved drastically. Hard to hear commentary

Gate on port side rattled continuously on way out to the grounds. I had to hold the gate with foot to keep the gate noise suppressed. One other passenger and I did this on the way out. Quiet on way back. Wind and seas obviously different. You did arrange for several whales to show themselves. Would I go again? Probably not on my own but yes if it meant going with someone who has never been.

Whale Watching Cruise from Boston Reviewed by Peter, 08/13/2017

We saw 20 whales! Among them was a mother and calf!

We really enjoyed our trip! I'm so grateful we took Dramamine! Many people were getting sick! The guides were enthusiastic and knowledgeable. They told us where to look and what to watch for. They also explained a little bit about the whales, dolphins, birds and points of interest on the way out as well as giving us some history. Thank you so much!

Whale Watching Cruise from Boston Reviewed by Danielle, 11/11/2018

Amazing experience!!! Go to see- we where very lucky!!

Amazing experience, we will not forget for a very long time. The Cruz was a little long and make you feel sea sick because it's too fast and long but we were lucky, we saw a nine or ten whales, I was told it was not unusual, but usually you can see a three or four. Don't miss out!!

Whale Watching Cruise from Boston Reviewed by Rina, 10/20/2016