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Princess Whale Watching

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96 Fishermans Wharf #1MontereyCalifornia93940
831-372-2203
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Princess Whale Watching

As graceful as they are mysterious, the beautiful whales and marine mammals of the Monterey Bay area have long captivated humans. Witness these amazing creatures in their natural habitat when you sign up for a tour with Princess Whale Watching in Monterey. Departing in the late morning or early afternoon, these scenic cruises last 2 ½ to 3 hours. Depending on the season, you may see gray whales, blue whales, humpback whales, orcas and more.

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Hours -

Tours leave from 10:00AM to 4:30PM depending on the day - check the online schedule

Prices -

$39.95

Events -

Whale watching tours and specialty cruises

Activities

  • Watch for marine mammals including whales, dolphins and seals
  • Glimpse a leatherback sea turtle or playful sea otter
  • Learn about sea life from the marine biologists on board
  • Snap a picture of the elusive humpback whale

Cruise Restrictions

For safety reasons, please note that pregnant women and children under 5 years of age are not allowed on the whale watching cruises.

Monterey Bay Wildlife

The wildlife you will see on your tour may depend on the season. Orcas, dolphins and porpoises frolic in the area year-round. From December through May you can see gray whales, March to November is the season for humpback whales, and blue whales swim from August to October. You may also see sea birds, seals, sea lions, see otters and sea turtles!

FAQs

Am I likely to become sea sick on the tour?


Some people become ill, while others don’t. If you are worried about it or have a past history of sea sickness, it’s a good idea to take anti-nausea medication a half-hour before the tour starts. Stay on the top deck, and try to keep your eyes on the horizon.

Are reservations required?


No, however if you would like to go whale watching during the high season (summer) or on the weekend, reservations are highly recommended, and you can make them online.

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