Don't confuse this with other whale watch cruises -- this is the company with the red and white boats, much larger than the other companies and thus more stable on the water. Captain Jeff was knowledgeable and chatty. He stopped or circled the boat often when he came up on dolphins. We saw maybe twenty pods of dolphins before heading 13 miles out looking for whales. We never found any whales, but Captain Jeff moved the ship around a lot looking for them. Just not the day for it apparently. However, Captain Jeff said we encountered more dolphins in one day than he had seen on any one cruise this summer. Don't know if that was just hype to make up for no whales, but he said it before going out looking for whales. Return trip was a bit boring because of no whale sightings and a long ride back to dock, but the weather was great, the wind took away the heat and humidity, and all had a good time. The binoculars they loan out on a first-come, first-serve basis are only fair. Bring your own or do without. Zoom lenses are a must if you are taking pictures.
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