$25 for a Whale Watching Trip (Up to $42 Value)
En route to Stellwagen Bank, visitors take in views of whales, porpoises, dolphins, and seals from a spacious sundeck or fully enclosed cabin. The knowledgeable crew also offers insight about the wildlife sighted, as well as information on Plymouth's history. Each vessel is under the direct supervision of a licensed captain, and comes equipped with a food-and-beverage service, restrooms, and the latest marine equipment. Trips depart daily from May 11 to June 21.
Plymouth Whale Watch
You're rarely guaranteed to see a whale, unless you go to the aquarium or you're watching Free Willy very carefully. For passengers with Plymouth Whale Watch, however, sightings are guaranteed—if you don't see a whale on your trip you can come back again until you do see one. The expert crew helps passengers spot species from humpback whales to pilot whales during trips that traverse North Atlantic waters en route to Stellwagen Bank. On the boat's lower deck and roomy sun decks, passengers might also spot porpoises, seals, and dolphins. Between sightings, patrons can listen to the crew's historical tidbits about Plymouth, and head to a galley that's stocked with food and drinks.
“Great adventure; we were able to see at least 7 different whales. Very friendly crew and staff. ”
“Be sure to dress warm in spring and fall. Sunglasses came in handy even when it was cloudy. Benches to sit on were metal, glad I brought a thick blanket to sit on. ...”
“Be sure to dress warm in spring and fall. Sunglasses came in handy even when it was cloudy. Benches to sit on were metal, glad I brought a thick blanket to sit on. Nice snack bar, very clean boat even the bathrooms were OK in size and clean!! Had a blast so so many whales...awesome.”
“Wear warm clothes ”