$48 for Admission for Two to a Three-Hour Whale-Watching Tour from Cap'n Fish's Whale Watch (Up to $96 Value)


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Onboard naturalists narrate tours as low-emission boats travel into habitats of wildlife such as sperm whales, humpbacks, and dolphins

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Promotional value expires Oct 1, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Limit 3 per person, may buy 3 additional as gifts. Reservation required. Subject to weather. Valid 5/25/13-10/1/13. From 7/3/13 to 9/3/13, valid only for 9:30 a.m. tours. 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.

$48 for Admission for Two to a Three-Hour Whale-Watching Tour (Up to $96 Value)

Utilizing GPS, radar, and computer maps, 88- to 100-foot vessels carry passengers out of Boothbay Harbor and into the local habitats of whales, including sperm whales and humpbacks. Onboard naturalists narrate the tour, dishing out whale facts and gossiping about the lavish lifestyles of other animals, including seabirds, dolphins, and harbor seals. Throughout tours, passengers can slip into the galley to purchase snacks and drinks.

Cap'n Fish's Whale Watch

Whale watching was a relatively new concept when John Fish's grandfather started giving tours. "We kind of originated it," Mr. Fish says. "Thirty years ago we were the only ones doing whale watching." As the company became more successful over the years, additional captains were brought on to cover the demand. Today, these crews continue to ferry groups into the habitats of several whale species, including humpback whales and sperm whales. Though the whales seen along Cap'n Fish's Whale Watch's journeys still breach and refuse to sign autographs, other things have changed over the years. Below deck, the current fleet's engines work to reduce emissions and provide a fume-free experience. Above deck, 360-degree viewing decks and modern technology help bring whales into sight. Onboard computers display large maps of where the aquatic mammals are known to swim, and GPS systems reroute boats around mermen constructing new reefs. In addition to illuminating the behavior of whales for passengers, the crew's wildlife experts point passengers toward other animals they spot along the way, such as white-sided dolphins and harbor seals. Though some variables are beyond their control, the crew members almost always spot whales and boasted a 98% success rate in 2009.

Customer Reviews

Fabulous trip! The boat was luxurious & the sightings were many. A wonderful young marine biologist offering great information about our beautiful oceans. Perfect day!
DeborahMcCoy · September 27, 2013
The crew were pleasant and knowledgeable. Their guarantee policy was real.
Linda F. · October 3, 2012
Everyone there was very friendly and informative. Although we did not see any whales we can come back to try again. Great experience!
Melody F. · September 29, 2012

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