Provincetown Whale Watches are an adventure you will talk about for the rest of your life! Sightings are guaranteed on your trip to Stellwagen Bank to see the world’s largest mammals. You will be thrilled at the sight of the great whales of the North Atlantic: Humpback, Finback, Minke, Right and Pilot whales. Dolphins, porpoises and seals are common sightings as well. Our experienced crew makes an educational experience fun for the whole family. They are highly knowledgeable about whales and wildlife, as well as Provincetown’s local history.
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Running trips from mid April through October with daily trips from Provincetown Harbor into Cape Cod Bay and Stellwagen Bank . Join the Dolphin Fleet for a fun and educational whale watch trip. View our sightings reports on our site for up to date information on whale sightings and activities. Starting in June more trips will be available with the merger of Portuguese Princess Excursions.
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Highlight your Cape Cod vacation with an unforgettable cruise aboard the Mid-Cape's only Whale Watch sailing daily from mid-April through October from picturesque Barnstable Harbor on the quiet North side of Cape Cod. For over 30 years, Hyannis Whale Watcher Cruises has provided whale watching eco-tours to Stellwagen Bank, for people of all ages, from all over the globe! Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary consistently ranks among the top 10 places on the planet to see whales.
Welcome aboard our high-speed catamaran for a narrated seal cruise around the beautiful island of Monomoy. See the hundreds of seals and the possibility of great white sharks that make the island their home, and learn the history of how Monomoy Island was formed. View the lighthouses, Stage Harbor fishing and sailing activities, salt marsh habitats, seabirds and marine life. Learn about the fish weirs too! Reservations highly recommended. Private charters available. Tickets are $36-adults, $30-children.
The seven villages of Barnstable include Hyannis, Centerville, Osterville, Cotuit, Marstons Mills, West Barnstable and Barnstable Village. Together they offer historic homes, beautiful sandy beaches, golf, fabulous dining and great family recreation. The Hyannis Area Chamber of Commerce is eager to assist you with any of your vacation or relocation needs. Our friendly, knowledgeable staff is waiting to greet you and help you experience all the wonderful facets of Cape Cod life. In any season, make Hyannis your homeport.
Welcome to SeaSalt Charters, the latest Cape Cod seagoing adventure with the Avellar family, founders of the Dolphin Fleet and whale watching in New England and on the East Coast. We are proud to announce our inaugural season, launched Memorial Day weekend 2012, offering private whale watching and fishing trips. SeaSalt Charters operates off of the Dolphin Fleet dock in Provincetown.
Do you enjoy wildlife, seal tours, birdwatching or fishing? Join Captain Keith Lincoln aboard the Rip Ryder for some of the best ocean fun and adventure available on Cape Cod.
Shark Shark Tuna charter fishing offers Cape Cod residents and visitors a wicked on the water experience they will never forget. With Captain Shane’s passion for fishing combined with his extensive knowledge of the Cape’s surrounding waters and species, SST clients become hooked for life. Our pristine beaches and landlocked attractions offer just a tiny taste of Cape Cod. Fishing our waters under the guidance of Capt.
Welcome Aboard! Join us for a boating adventure for the whole family. Our fully narrated tours are filled with humor and historical facts including stories of Pilgrims, Pirates, Seals, Sharks, Shipwrecks and Buried Treasure. All of our tours are in Bay and Harbor waters, suitable for the whole family to enjoy. Minutes from Orleans Village, dry board our vessels from a dock on Meetinghouse Pond where our adventure begins. We travel the historic Orleans “River” passing ancient summer grounds of Native Americans as we traverse Pleasant Bay following the National Seashore to Chatham Harbor.