159 reviews of Boston Whale Watching Cruise
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Reviewed by Iwan B, April 2013
This was our first whale watching experience so we didn't really know what to expect. We knew it was early on in the season and that the Boston weather had not really warmed up to its seasonal temperature. But we had a really good trip, saw 2 whales, one dolphin and a seal. We received free 'rain check' tickets to go again at any time. The staff were very friendly and helpful and were very knowledgeable on their subject. Would definitely recommend - a must to do in Boston.
Reviewed by Antoinette M, April 2013
A must!! A fantastic trip and wonderful to see two hump back whales. Guides are researchers and gave lots of useful information and background of the whale activities. Wrap up warm as it was very cold and windy on the top deck!! A great trip and money back if no whales sighted!
Reviewed by Martina H, April 2013
really good, large vessel, well- trained stuff on board - info about marine life and animals, we were successful in seeing whales, if not you can even go
Reviewed by david wilkinson w, October 2012
we had a great time the sea was rough which we both enjoyed they offered us a refund or a booking on another day if we did:nt see any whales but luckily we saw 3 sperm whales and dolphins the trip should have lasted approx 3 hours but they spent more time looking for the whales over 4 hours a great day
Reviewed by Justina S, October 2012
This trip was awesome. We got to see the Boston skyline and some spectacular exhibitions from the whales. Take a jacket though it gets chilly.
Reviewed by Alexandra d, October 2012
Amazing trip, never saw whale this close on a whale watching trip. They take the time and the tour latest almost 3h40 minutes.
Not for the seasick people, the saliling is rough
Reviewed by Peter E, September 2012
My second whale watching trip and by far the best. Didn't know there were that many whales in the seas. They were popping up everywhere, all round the boat. Some so close you felt you could touch them. If you are in Boston, it's a must do.
Reviewed by Cynthia F, September 2012
Awesome!! We saw several whales up close and it was very nice to have an expert on board giving information on the whales.
Reviewed by Alan C, United Kingdom, September 2012
Excellent trip and well worth the money the sights were incredible
Reviewed by Lesley K, September 2012
It was the most amazing experience of my life. I only expected to see the whales in the distance but the boat gets really close. We sighted about eight whales but they would dive and come up for air so we were able to really watch them over a period of an hour and a half. Very exciting and interesting. We went on the lunchtime tour so the earlier trip had already located where the whales were and the crew were able to head straight for them which meant we had more time watching them. Great value for money and very well organised.
Reviewed by Qing L, September 2012
very nice cruise, nice to see whales and nice instructer, I like her speach,also we like this trip very much