Experienced captain takes passengers on an adventure during which they may see animals such as humpback whales and bottlenose dolphins
What You'll Get
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- View more information about the Two-and-Half-Hour Whale, Bird, and Dolphin Watch Tour.
- View more information about the Two-Hour Sunset Dolphin Cruise.
- Departure location: South Jersey Marina located at 1231 Route 109 Cape May
Please arrive 45 minutes prior to departure to exchange voucher for boarding pass.
Please review the fine print prior to purchase. Online reservation required and subject to availability.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Sep 27, 2020. Amount paid never expires. Amount paid never expires. Online reservation required 24 hours in advance; please follow redemption instructions to complete booking. No walk up customers or telephone reservations accepted. Merchant’s standard 24 hr advance cancellation required. Limited trips start 3/14/2020 with full schedule starting 5/23/2020. Must arrive 30 minutes prior to departure to exchange voucher for boarding pass. Not valid on federal holidays or holiday weekends. Merchant reserves the right to cancel due to unsafe weather conditions. Limit 2 per person, may buy 2 additional as gift(s). May be repurchased every 90 days. Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Cape May Whale Watch & Research Center
In 2012, after more than two decades studying marine mammals off the New Jersey coast, the founders of the Cape May Whale Watch & Research Center welcomed the American Star into port. The whale-watching vessel journeyed more than 8,700 nautical miles from Seward, Alaska to Cape May, allowing the opportunistic research team to expand its private-exploration and public-sightseeing operations.
Today, the Research Center’s captains and guides effectively welcome up to 150 passengers on the opportunistic research team, relaying the basics of wildlife scouting before boogying into Poseidon's ballroom to scope out dolphins, whales, and birds around the island of Cape May. An enclosed, climate-controlled cabin keeps passengers comfortable during misty weather, and multiple, spacious sundecks allow for up-close views of migrating whale pods. On-board sonar, radar, cameras, and GPS capabilities facilitate up-close, unobtrusive sightings of nature in action.