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What You'll Get
Choose from Three Options
- $69 for an orca whale-watching tour for one ($105 value)
- $125 for an orca whale-watching tour for two ($210 value)
- $245 for an orca whale-watching tour for four ($420 value)
Passengers set sail on a 100-foot heated vessel for a five- to six-hour whale-watching expedition that boasts a 96% success rate in sighting marine mammals. Whale watchers can choose to watch from either a heated indoor viewing area or a spacious outdoor deck. Coffee, tea, and lunch are available for purchase on the ship which launches at 11am daily.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jun 21, 2016. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple additional as gifts. Valid only for option purchased. Operates in all weather. Tickets valid from 8/28/15 through 10/4/15 and from 5/7/2016 through 6/20/2016. Online booking required. Sales Tax & Port Fee paid during online booking process. No cancellations or date changes within 72-hours of trip; merchant's standard cancellation policy applies (any fees not to exceed Groupon price). No ice chests, strollers, or alcohol. Check-in is from 10:00-10:30am at red ticket booth at 710 Seafarers Way in whale watch parking lot. Departs at 10:45am. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Mystic Sea Charters
If there’s a whale breaching in the protected waters of the Salish Sea and San Juan Islands, there’s a good chance the passengers on the M/V Mystic Sea’s 100-foot vessel will see the splashy spectacle. The company’s 5-6 hour tours have an impressive track record when it comes to spotting the gargantuan mammals, introducing tour-goers to different species of whale up to 99% of the time. Onboard the ship, a naturalist divulges facts about ocean life as passengers watch for whales from the heated cabin or from the deck, which has 4-foot railings so guests can hold on if whales start singing and dancing to the hit song “Rock the Boat.” The company promises that voyagers will see at least one gray, orca, humpback, or minke whale, depending on the season. If not, they’ll receive a follow-up whale-watching tour for free.