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Guaranteed whale watching tours from Port Townsend (Olympic Peninsula) and Seattle/Edmonds direct to the San Juan Islands. Group tours and education trips available. Our business is family-run, with three generations on the water. Our boats are the...more
We had a great few hours watching whales! I wasn’t sure we were going to see any but Captain Christopher went into unchartered waters to catch up with J pod! We saw most of the pod including an Orca calf breaching! Also saw a couple...More
We went on the 4 hour tour. We saw a humpback whale and a family of orcas. The crew was fantastic, full of information about the whales and also about everything to do with the industry of the area. boat was very comfortable to view...More
Our day benefited from the fact that we had fabulous weather for October--sunny, warm, light winds. Not the norm, but it made for a great day. We had to travel about two hours to get to area where there were some humpback whales. We did...More
We did the 4 hour whale watching tour out of Port Townsend and we thoroughly enjoyed it. We had quite a few opportunities to see both humpback and killer whales. We went all the way up to Canada. We had a gorgeous day and it...More
I took my Mom on the four hour day trip and we got to see a family of orcas where the smallest was only a week old! It was so relaxing, the weather was awesome and all the crew and people were so great. We...More
Lived in Seattle for years, but finally booked a whale-watching trip for my parents and I. What a great way to spend a half day on the water. The boats are in incredible shape and immaculately clean and spacious, plenty of room to roam and...More
We booked a trip out of Port Townsend on 1st Oct, very comfortable boat and great crew, we found one Minkie about 15mins out, not particularly close but close enough to whet our appetite. We then had an extensive search for more whales but unfortunately...More
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Animals in the late fall are deer, elk and eagles, If it is before the first frost also Marmot and Mountain Goats up on Hurricane Hill. Here at Lost Mountain Lodge (B&B in Sequim) we have humming birds at our feeders year... More
Animals in the late fall are deer, elk and eagles, If it is before the first frost also Marmot and Mountain Goats up on Hurricane Hill. Here at Lost Mountain Lodge (B&B in Sequim) we have humming birds at our feeders year round as well as Kingfisher and sometimes egrets.