$45 for a Blue-Whale-Watching Cruise for Two from Harbor Breeze Cruises in Long Beach (Up to $100 Value)

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Narrated cruises search for blue whales, dolphins, and sea lions

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Expires Sep 30th, 2013. Reservation required; reservations held up until 30 minutes before boarding time. Valid on all weekday departures and 9 am weekend departures. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Even though water covers most of the earth's surface, humans spend most of their lives on land and a small portion in the air while they're sleeping. Float on with this Groupon.

$45 for a Blue Whale Cruise for Two (Up to $100 Value)

Sightseers board a double-decker vessel and tour the Pacific Ocean for 3 hours looking for wildlife. Along the way, the captain narrates his finds as each marine creature comes into view, pointing out key characteristics and which underwater university the animals attended. Aside from blue whales, groups often see sea lions and dolphins darting back and forth across the water. Tickets are valid weekdays at noon and 3:30 p.m., on Saturdays at 9 a.m., and more trips times will be added to the calendar through the summer. Children aged 2 and younger are admitted free, and tickets for children 3–11 are normally $30 each.

Harbor Breeze Cruises

Miles into the Pacific Ocean, Harbor Breeze Cruises' captain tells a story. He speaks of a whale making the journey from the Bering Sea in Alaska to Scammon's Lagoon in Baja California, Mexico, right when—as if on cue—a whale breaks the water's surface. Its blowhole fires a plume of water into the air as sightseers, spread across two decks, feast upon views of the majestic creature and their camera shutters snap furiously to capture the moment.

Up to 80 feet long, Harbor Breeze's double-decker vessels, such as the Triumphant and the Christopher, allow groups of up to 150 strong to visit the habitats of a diverse group of marine wildlife with unimpaired views from stadium seating; tours often spy dolphins as they leap into the air and harbor seals as they sign traffic signals to passing boats. Aquarium of the Pacific partners with Harbor Breeze to photo ID marine wildlife and conduct research on tours. Aside from tours, Harbor Breeze Cruises also charters boats for weddings and memorials.

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