Mullowney's Boat Tours

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Two-hour boat tour goes past largest Atlantic puffin colony in North America, more than a dozen whale species, and sea caves

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Contrary to popular belief, boats are actually much safer than cars, which inexplicably sink every time you drive them on water. Take a proper water road ride with this Groupon.

$55 for a Puffin- and Whale-Watching Tour for Two (Up to $110 Value)

Two-hour voyages pass the largest Atlantic puffin colony in North America and a dozen whale species. Tours leave at noon and 3 p.m.

Mullowney's Boat Tours

The four small islands that make up the Witless Bay Ecological Reserve accommodate the largest Atlantic puffin colony in North America. The protected sanctuary is also home to millions of other seabirds, including Northern fulmars, black-legged kittiwakes, and razorbills—the bird that bears use to shave. In the surrounding waters, more than a dozen different whale species—including humpbacks, finbacks, and minkes—swim among icebergs, sea stacks, and caves. Up to 75 passengers can catch unobstructed glimpses of these sights from the M.V. Mary Vincent's two observation decks. On two-hour, Canadian Coast Guard–certified tours held from May to September, the crew sails past the reserve as a guide enthralls guests with tales of the HMS Sapphire, which sank in Bay Bulls' waters in 1696. Due to Newfoundland's unpredictable weather, Mullowney's Boat Tours encourages visitors to dress warmly and pack a raincoat.

Mullowney's Boat Tours

The four small islands that make up the Witless Bay Ecological Reserve accommodate the largest Atlantic puffin colony in North America. The protected sanctuary is also home to millions of other seabirds, including Northern fulmars, black-legged kittiwakes, and razorbills. In the surrounding waters, more than a dozen different whale species—including humpbacks, finbacks, and minkes—swim among icebergs, sea stacks, and caves.

Passengers can catch unobstructed glimpses of these sights from the M.V. Mary Vincent's two observation decks. On two-hour, Canadian Coast Guard–certified tours held from May to September, the crew sails past the reserve as a guide enthralls guests with tales of the HMS Sapphire, which sank in Bay Bulls' waters in 1696. Due to Newfoundland's unpredictable weather, Mullowney's Boat Tours encourages visitors to dress warmly and pack a raincoat.

Customer Reviews

It's colder on the water than it is on land. Wear sensible shoes, wear layers, and have a fabulous trip! Awesome tour company!
Helene S. · August 25, 2015
Amazing staff! So friendly
Amanda · August 18, 2015
We totally enjoyed our tour. Lots to see and learn with information from the experienced tour guides.
Marguerite S. · August 16, 2015
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    Bay Bulls

    Mullowney's Boat Tours

    Bay Bulls, Newfoundland A1C 5N8

    877-783-3467

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