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Humpback Whale Jumping Out of Water

WHAT DO YOU NEED?

What To Bring To Prepare for Whale Watching Tours

Birds and Sea Lion

MUST HAVES AND HAVE NOTS

Classic Whale Watch Tour

What to Wear

  • Warm layers - it is significantly cooler on the water than on land
  • Hat - warm or sun depending on the season
  • Flat shoes preferably with a rubber bottom, such as tennis shoes
  • Rain jacket or windbreaker
  • Gloves - ideal for spring and fall tours

What to Bring

  • Sunglasses
  • Sunscreen
  • Binoculars
  • Camera
  • Water bottle (no glass please)
  • Snacks and/or lunch or dinner

Leave Behind - alcohol, tobacco, and marijuana products. Out of respect for other guests on board, please no phone calls during the tour. 

Kestrel boat

MUST HAVES AND HAVE NOTS

Adventure Whale Watch Tour

What to Wear

  • Warm layers for under the exposure suit - even with the suit it is very cold on the water when traveling at high speeds. We recommend long pants/sweats and a fleece or sweater layer. During early and late season tours, we recommend heavier layers such as a synthetic or down coat.
  • Warm hat and gloves
  • Closed-toe shoes preferably flat with rubber sole to help grip such as a tennis shoes

What to Bring

  • Sunglasses
  • Sunscreen
  • Binoculars
  • Camera
  • Water bottle (no glass please)
  • Snacks - keep snacks easy to eat on this vessel

Leave Behind - alcohol, tobacco, and marijuana products. Out of respect for other guests on board, please no phone calls during the tour.