Blue Whale Watch

Join us aboard the 65 ft/140 passenger excursion vessel “Voyager”  to experience the spectacular adventure of Blue whale watching off the Palos Verdes Peninsula and the Redondo Beach Canyon, just minutes from the harbor entrance, where Blue Whales have gathered to feed on the abundance of krill in our local waters.

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The “Voyager” departs daily for  for a 2 1/2 – 3 hour cruise in search of these 100′ long, giants of the sea.

New departing schedule:

Weekdays – one trip departing at 12 noon 

Weekends – 2 trips departing at 9am and 12:30 pm

The double-decker seating offers the best views of the coastline and for whale sightings. Each whale watch adventure is narrated by a trained Naturalist of the Cabrillo Marine Aquarium/American Cetacean Society who share their local knowledge of marine wildlife, coastline scenery and history. We are proud to say that we donate a portion of all ticket sales to CMA/ACS (which was founded in 1967, being the oldest whale conservation group in the world). With a high percent whale-sighting success rate, visitors are likely to spot the magnificent Blue Whales as well as Fin, Sperm, Minke and Humpback whales, along with other wildlife thriving off the Southern California Coast including sharks, various species of seabirds, such as the majestic pelicans, graceful terns, and other ocean dwellers such as Mola Mola, as well as playful dolphins, seals, sea lions and flying fish. The “Voyager” whale watching cruise offers an unparalleled opportunity to sight, photograph, and learn about whales and other creatures of the sea. Have a wonderful time on the water, sit back, relax, and breathe the fresh air. Wear rubber soled shoes and bring a warm jacket; even on sunny days, it can feel cool on the water. School, group and private charter rates are available. Please visit our website for more information and detailed directions at voyagerexcursions.com.                   

 Reservations required. Minimum of 12 full fares needed to run.

Video about blue whales

 

Posted on: September 9, 2011