WhaleNet Whale Watch Company Participants
New England Whale Watches
Whale Watch companies that actively participate with WhaleNet
These WhaleNet affiliated whale watch companies either have a Public Information Display (PID) in the main cabin for access to location, speed, and depth data, or they will allow a student in the pilot house to record the data. They distribute information about WhaleNet, send a WhaleNet Teacher Information Packet to participating schools, and CONTRIBUTE at least one data sheet each week for educational use on WhaleNet.
When you make a reservation with ANY whale watch company, make sure that you will have access to the data collection equipment and electronics BEFORE you make your final plans, and ask what type of educational activities they have available on board. (Identify your sightings with the Humpback identification software from WhaleNet, and check recent humpback sightings)
Be sure that your choice of whale watch companies follows the NOAA Whale Watch Guidelines.
Guidelines - Viewing Protected Marine Species in the Wild (NOAA)
"Southern California Whale Watching" Newport Landing Whale Watching, Newport, CA , Call: 1-(949) 675-055Cabrillo Aquarium's Baja Trip to Meet the Friendly Whales
Join Cabrillo Marine Aquarium (CMA), March 6 through March 14, 2011, for a trip that truly is the Journey-of-a-Lifetime, especially for animal fans! Pacific gray whales return to San Ignacio Lagoon each year to mate and give birth. During this nine-day excursion we will spend three exciting days anchored in San Ignacio Lagoon where friendly gray whales and their curious calves swim within arm's length of the skiffs.
The trip also includes naturalist-led visits to uninhabited desert islands where passengers will have the chance to see a wide variety of birds, elephant seals, Guadalupe fur seals, unique habitats, and tons of other wildlife.
Also, here is a link to the trip website:
Bar Harbor Whale Watcher, Inc., Bar Harbor, ME, 1-800-508-1499
Indian Whale Watch, Kennebunk, ME, 207-967-5912
Cape Cod Whale Watch, Provincetown, MA , Toll Free: 1-877-487-4079
Captain John Boats, Plymouth, MA, 800-242-2469
Center for Coastal Studies, Provincetown, MA, 508-487-6115 Dolphin Fleet, 800-826-9300
Center for Oceanic Research and Education - CORE, Gloucester, MA 800-WHALING
Yankee Whale Watch
Hyannis Whale Watcher, Barnstable, MA, 800-287-0374
Massachusetts Bay Lines, Boston, MA, 617-542-8000
Newburyport Whale Watch, Newburyport, MA, 800-848-1111, Click here for a money saving coupon
Blue Ocean Society for Marine Conservation
New England Aquarium Whale Watch, Boston, MA, 617-973-5200
Provincetown Center for Coastal Studies, Provincetown, MA
Portuguese Princess Excursions, Provincetown, MA in collaboration with PCCS.
Seven Seas Whale Watch, Gloucester, MA, 800-238-1776
Whale Conservation Institute/Ocean Alliance
Cape Ann Whale Watch, Gloucester, MA, 800-877-5110
Atlantic Whale Watch, Rye Harbor, NH, 603-964-5220Blue Ocean Society for Marine Conservation
North CarolinaNags Head Dolphin Watch
NATURALISTE CHARTERS, Augusta and Dunsborough, Western Australia
Kimberly Whale Watching, An AMAZING Experience PO Box 7139, Broome WA 6725
Brier Island Whale and Seabird Cruises, N.S., Canada 1-800-656-3660
Cline Marine Inc., New Brunswick, Canada, (506) 747-0114
Mariner Cruises, Brier Island, NS, 1-800-239-2189
Mingan Island Cetacean Study, Longue Pointe de Mingan, Quebec, 1-418-949-2845, Email:email@example.com
"Tan Croisières", Les Escoumins, Gotiko, Quebec, 418-233-3324
Puerto Vallarta Whale Watching, 044.322.120.2206 Local Puerto Vallarta Number, 858.926.5955 United States Telephone Number
Ocean Friendly - Whale Watching With An Oceanographer in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
ORCA Foundation, P.O.Box 1812, Plettenberg Bay, 6600 South Africa, Telephone : 00 27 44 533 5083, Fax : 00 27 44 533 5083
World-Wide and Across the USA
Whale Watching sites world wide and in various USA states from the Whale-Watching-Web.