Ok, let me say right up front that a Whale Watching Tour cannot control the beasties. They are either there or not. On the day we went out, there was some whale "sightings" but not the kind of experience we had in Alaska. Rather more like whale shadows. In fact we were laughing that we saw more whale action the year we rented a condo in Ocean City, MD. Other than having a corral with whales in the Atlantic, these folks cannot control if you see a whale or not. The day we went it was overcast, sliding rapidly into rain and driving winds. Once again, they cannot control the weather. But I think you need to know that you do not sail a few miles out into a bay and see whales. It is a trek to the grounds. The boat wallows around a lot. Now, we are sailors and we have spent a considerable amount of time in ferries all over the world, and I was a little surprised at the wallow on the Pink Lady. Hard to take pictures, even if you see whales. The woman doing the narration cannot be understood over the PA system, so it doesn't add a lot. On the tour we were on, there was a very young baby -- about 3 weeks old -- and many of us thought she and the mother were going to go over the side or fall down the ladder. (Who in their right mind would take a kid that young on a whale tour in the Atlantic???!!!)
So, if you want to take a chance, go for it. It was not a good day for us, but sometimes you get lucky. If you are prone to motion sickness, you might want to re-think this.
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