Categories: Whale Watches
About Hyannis Whale Watcher Cruises...Highlight your Cape Cod vacation with an unforgettable cruise aboard the Mid-Cape's only Whale Watch, sailing mid-April through October from picturesque Barnstable Harbor. Our jet-powered, state of the art vessel carries you to Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary, the seasonal home to Humpback, Finback, Minke whales and several dolphin species. Since 1981, Hyannis Whale Watcher Cruises has been offering whale watch adventures as a platform for conservation and education to people of all ages from around the world. Visit our website for cruise schedule and online reservations and be sure to check out our gift shop.
Rilla D.Marion, IN8 reviewsMember since: Apr 2011
We were fortunate to see a record number of whales on this watch. A great ride out to sea and plenty of sunshine. Love this cruise!
Dave R.Attleboro, MA1 reviewMember since: Sep 2010
We have been on several cruises in past years and this by far was the BEST.It was unbelievable the number of WHALES. We were floating around out there for more 1.5 hours. It was great. We watched as several techniques were used by the whales to catch their treat! The are big and graceful!
Janet T.Westminster, MA2 reviewsMember since: Jul 2011
The Hyannis Whale Watch Cruise has been my family's favorite adventure for years. The environmental/whale expert information is so educational and interesting and then once you get to see the whales swim right under the boat and pop their heads up right next to the boat for a "look see" it is just so awe inspiring and rememberable. The whole family will enjoy this occasion! Don't miss this!(Refreshments and food are available on board so all you need is a jacket since it can be a little colder out to sea and if the seas are even a little rough a Dramamine if you have a tendancy to get motion sick.)
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