Dolphin Fleet Whale Watch
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Dolphin Fleet Whale Watch information
Dolphin offers as many as 12 whale-watch tours daily in peak season, each lasting three to four hours. You can expect a lot of splashy fun. Humpback whales have a flair for acrobatic breaching and come surprisingly close to the boats, offering great photo ops.
The naturalists on board not only have all the skinny on these mammoth leviathans but also play a vital role in monitoring the whale population. If you’ve got kids in tow, ask about the weekend deal in which the first boat out offers free passage to youngsters under 12.