Seafari Tour for One or Two from Channel Islands Whale Watching (Up to 53% Off)

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Tour rugged north shore of Anacapa Island & view wildlife around Channel Islands National Park and Marine Sanctuary on 4-hour narrated tour

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Expires Jul 30th, 2013. Limit 10 per person, may buy 10 additional as gifts. Valid only for option purchased. Online reservation required. 48hr cancellation notice required. Subject to weather. Valid May 1 - July 31. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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Choose Between Two Options

  • $39 for a four-hour Seafari Tour of Anacapa Island with meal included (up to an $80 value)
  • $75 for a four-hour Seafari Tour of Anacapa Island for two with meal for each person included (up to a $160 value)

On the Seafari tour, groups venture through the waters of Channel Islands National Park and National Marine Sanctuary, marveling at the rare and sometimes endangered wildlife of Anacapa Island's north shore. Here, two different ecosystems collide, with over 130 sea caves playing host to the massive sea lion colonies and migratory birds that call the volcanic island home. This tour is fully narrated and non-landing, meaning that visitors will remain afloat for the entirety of the four-hour tour as they search for wildlife and learn about the people who used to inhabit the island. Morning departures include a continental breakfast, while afternoon departures include a Seafarer's Feast; beverages are an extra fee.

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Channel Islands Whale Watching

Captain Frank has navigated Californian waters for more than 30 years, earning his 100-Ton Captain's license in 1980 and consequently became the youngest person to do so at the time. After working for the next 19 years chartering boats and educating students aboard the Channel Islands Marine Floating Lab, he purchased the 85-foot Ranger 85, the very ship he worked on as a teenager. Along with a sister vessel, the Coral Sea, Captain Frank helms his Ranger 85 to carry visitors on scenic tours around Channel Islands National Park and National Marine Sanctuary, allowing them to glimpse rare species of animals and stretches of untamed Californian landscapes where there are two distinct ecosystems. On some trips, passengers may even occasionally spot up to five different types of whales. He also embarks on private charters and bookings for groups or special occasions, such as corporate events or graduation parties for the family harbor seal.

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