Whale Watching – Public Charter

Quick Details

  • Length: 2.5 hours
  • Guest Minimum: 10 people
  • For answers to frequently asked questions, click here.

What is Provided

  • Professional Chaperone/Guide For guests
  • Water & healthy snacks
  • Guide gratuity

What to Bring

  • Comfortable shirt and shorts/pants
  • Jacket/windbreaker or sweatshirt (weather depending)
  • Closed-toe shoes
  • Binoculars
  • Don’t forget your camera!

About Whale Watching Adventure on Public Charter

Very few locations in the world have year round whale watching opportunities. Los Angeles and Orange County are one of the few places in the world that do. View the gray whale migration during the winter and spring months and the giants of the sea, the blue and finback whales during the summer and fall months. The whale watching is so good that one cruise can view over half dozen whales or more. Along with viewing the giant blue whales and the annual gray whale migration, finback, minke, humpback, and even killer whales can be viewed on our 2-2½ hour whale watching cruises. Several species of dolphin including the giant Risso’s dolphin and playful common dolphin are regularly seen as well.

The mega pods of a thousand or more common and/or bottlenose dolphin unique to southern California are also often encountered. Sea lions, and all types of other marine life can also be viewed. Our primary whale watching ship is 65 feet in length with a large upstairs sundeck, wrap around outside seating, snack bar with food and beverages, indoor seating with large windows. Our whale watching ship was designed just for viewing marine life. Captains and crews have backgrounds in marine biology and are incredibly knowledgeable, providing details on marine creatures, environment, and respective ecosystems.