• Hyannis Whale Watcher Cruises - Barnstable, Massachusetts

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      One of the best of the whale watching cruises in New England, Hyannis Whale Watcher leaves from Cape Cod and takes you on a leisurely excursion of up to 4 hours, past Provincetown, into prime territory for viewing marine life. You will almost certainly spot several whales - if you don't, you'll be given a < rain check to take another tour. And they are likely to be whales that the tour's naturalists have spotted and observed before (and even named). You may see mother whales with calves coming up to feed, and you may even spot another marine animal or two. Your naturalist guide will enthusiastically explain the features and behavior of the whales you spot. A fabulous way to spend half a day on the Cape.

      If you go:
      Tours daily from mid-April through October. Don't forget the sunscreen and a sweater or windbreaker, even in hot weather.The only parking to be found in the vicinity is in a pay lot next to the cruise terminal. If you drive an RV, try to arrive about 45 minutes before your cruise time, so the attendants can accommodate you easily. (Unless yours is the first cruise of the day, you won't be able to park any earlier, because you will have to wait until the vehicles from the previous cruise have vacated.)

      Links:




      269 Millway
      Barnstable, Massachusetts 02630 USA
      whales@whales.net

      Mailing address:
      PO Box 254
      Barnstable, MA 02630 USA

      Phone Numbers:

      Reservations and Information
      +1 (508) 362-6088

      Toll Free
      +1 (800) 287-0374


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