Boston Whale Watch with Mass Bay Lines

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60 Rowes Wharf, Boston, MA, USA

Boston Whale Watch with Mass Bay Lines Reviews

aarun aarun
7 reviews
Day 2 : Boston Whale Watch Sep 02, 2007
We had an awesome time seeing the whales in there natural habitat.
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SweetNothing SweetNot…
5 reviews
Jun 21, 2006
I had an awesome experience. I went last year with my best

friends because I'd never seen a whale before upclose. I used the 3-day

Go Boston Card to get on the New England Whale Watch offered by Mass

Bay Lines. I just flashed my card to get on, but if you don't have a Go Boston Card

then you can pay for the Whale Watch at the docking bay. The New

England whale population off the coast of Massachusetts is larger than

it has been in decades so chances of seeing them on a whale watch

cruise is better now than it has been in years. The Mass Bay Lines

guarantees a whale siting but we saw more than one. We saw some unusual

behavior in the water and the people aboard narrated so we could

understand what we were seeing. All of the boats have naturalists on

board who can answer questions. Though tours last about 4 hours long,

about 3 hours of that time is spent commuting to a prime watching spot.

: If you’re traveling with small children, it may be a good idea to

bring time-occupying activities. Also, don’t forget your sunscreen, a

light jacket for those whipping New England winds, and a camera.
Whale at a distance.

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