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Second Chance, Inc
FIRST CHANCE is a 70' vessel, built in Kennebunkport by local craftsmen. Tow deck and a spacious bow area provide exceptional viewing opportunities. Twin high output diesel engines with a cruising speed in excess of 20 knots allow us to reach the feeding grounds at Jeffrey's Ledge in about an hour. Total trip time is apx 4 - 4 1/2 hours. Our captains are USCG licensed and are skilled mariners and fishermen. Most of our staff have spent their lives on the local coastal waters and can provide you with a wealth of local stories and information. Whale watches aboard FIRST CHANCE are expertly narrated by local naturalists. Our entire staff is dedicated to providing you with the most informative and enjoyable trip possible. We also operate a "scenic" lobster cruise aboard "Second Chance", a 1 1/2 hour fully narrated trip that shows the coast of Kennebunkport, seal watching, and a lobstering demonstration.Season: Memorial Day through Columbus Day Passenger Capacity: 150 Costs: $30 Adults; $15 children (3-12) group rates and school discounts - please call for details Species: Minke, humpback, finback, white sided dolphins. Contact: Mary Lou Weeman, Second Chance, Inc, 4 Western Avenue Kennebunk Maine 04043 Telephone: 207-967-5507 FAX: 207-967-4998 www.firstchancewhalewatch.com   whales@loa.com


Cape Ann Whale Watch, Gloucester, Massachusetts
We have been doing whale watching for 20 years. Our naturalist are with the Whale Conservation Institute.  Led by the world famous Dr. Roger Payne,  who along with Scott McVey, discovered that whales actually sing.  This year we saw 10 -20 humpback whales on almost every trip of the season. Plenty of free parking Phone: 1-800-877-5110. Email: wildfire@shore.net

Newburyport Whale Watch
Our 95-foot Prince of Whales is one of the largest, fastest and most
comfortable whale watching boats north of Boston.  We can reach the two most popular feeding grounds, Jeffreys Ledge and Stellwagen Bank. Our  estination depends on recent sightings. An expert natualist is aboard on all trips to provide narration and answer any of your questions. Free parking near the boardwalk in beautiful downtown Newburyport.  Tel: 800-848-1111  or 978-499-0832, 54 Merrimac Street Newburyport, MA 01950
email:  info@newburyportwhalewatch.com


Portugese Princess Expeditions - Provincetown

We are proud to welcome you aboard the PORTUGUESE PRINCESS and the CAPT RED two first class ,stable high speedvessels built for your safty , comfort and pleasure. our captains have years of experience and we garantee WHALE SIGHTINGS. join us for the most unforgettable adventure of your life. Season: May through October. Passenger Capacity: over 250 each vessel. Costs: call for details. Species: humpbacks fin minkes dolphin sea right whales. Portuguese Princess Excursions Inc,. 70 Shankpainter Rd. Provincetown MA Telephone: 1 508 487 2651 FAX: 1 978 465 8657 www.princesswhalewatch.com Email: whales@princesswhalewatch.com

The Center for Oceanic Research and Education
aboard vessels at The Yankee Fleet, Gloucester, MA, The Natucket Whale Watch, Nantucket, MA and The Atlantic Fleet, Rye, NH Location Essex, MA Country United States. The Center for Oceanic Research and Education (CORE) is an organization dedicated to the study and conservation of cetaceans. Cetaceans are whales, dolphins and porpoises. CORE's mission is to promote stewardship and conservation of cetaceans and their marine environment. CORE offers whale adoptions, a membership program and full-day, overnight and three day whale and bird watching trips.. http://www.coreresearch.org CORE 245 Western Avenue, Box 8 Essex, MA 01929 (978) 768-4560 core@coreresearch.org

Capt.Bill's Whale Watch
Capt.Bill's Whale Watch. We are located in Gloucester, Mass. USA  We depart from 30 Harbor Loop in Gloucester.   Our 100 foot luxurious vessel, is spacious, safe and comfortable. Amenities aboard include a full galley, and 4 restrooms. Since 1979, the Cetacean Research Unit (CRU) and CaptBill's have worked cooperatively to make every whale watch an educational experience. The information collected by CRU was instrumental in designating Stellwagen Bank, a major feeding ground, as a National Marine Sanctuary. For 20 years, our sighting record is 99.9%. Join us! http://www.cape-ann.com/captbill.html Our email address is whalewatch@prodigy.net


Hyannis Whale Watcher Cruises

Specializing in whale watching for 20 years, Hyannis Whale Watcher Cruises offers daily whale watch adventures May through October and sightings are guaranteed. Hyannis Whale Watcher Cruises offers the only mid-Cape whale watch adventure - each exciting and educational journey is guided by our expert team of naturalists that will share an intriguing look into the wonderful world of whales. Just introduced in 1999, the largest, jet-powered vessel within the region that boasts cushioned seating,three outside viewing decks and two inner cabins. Summer sunset whale watches, full food/beverage service, gift shop with wide variety of educational materials and souvenirs, special rates for groups, seniors and children; youngstgers free. Season: May through October Passenger Capacity: Passenger count always varies however, we are proud to have the largest, newest, jet-powered vessel in the Northeast jet Costs: $13.00 - $26.00, special group rates, seniors, kids and private charters Species: humpbacks, finbacks, minkes. Contact: L. Miller, Hyannis Whale Watcher Cruises, P.O. Box 254, 269 Millway @ Millway Marina Barnstable, MASS 02630-0254
Telephone: 508-362-6088 FAX: 508-362-9739 Mobile Telephone: 800-287-0374

Dolphin Fleet of Provincetown

Dolphin Fleet is the originators of whalewatching on the east coast. We have on board each trip Scientists from the Center For Coastal Studies to act as Naturalist to answer your questions and tell you about the whales and their enviroment. We keep the prices down so that it is family affordable. check and compare our prices! We don't over-crowd our boats! We are in Provincetown, the closest port to the whales in Mass. This means less time traveling to and from the whales. We guarantee whale sightings or your next trip is free. Season: April through October Passenger Capacity: 150. Costs: $20 Adults $17 Child Many discounts available Species: Humpbacks, Finbacks, Minke, Right, Pilot, Harbor Porpose, White Sided Dolphins as well as other less seen species not mentioned. Contact: Steven Milliken Dolphin Fleet of Provincetown Customer Mac Millan Pier, Provincetown PO Box 915, S. Wellfleet Mass. 02663 Telephone: 1-800-826-9300 http://www.whalewatch.com

Yankee Whale Watch

Join Yankee Whale Watch out of Gloucester, MA for an exciting whale watching adventure! Just about an hour offshore are whales, dolphins, seabirds and a variety of other marine animals that inhabit the Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary and Jeffrey's Ledge. Researchers from the Center for Oceanic Research and Education provide expert narration throughout each trip, giving passengers a unique glimpse into the lives of whales.  The 2000 sightings were good, with sightings of humpback whales, fin whales and minke whales. Come and enjoy the whales aboard the Yankee Fleet's comfortable, safe, Coast Guard approved vessels. Season: end of April through October Passenger Capacity: 150 Costs: $26 for adults, $16 for children, special rates for groups Species: humpback, fin and minke whales . Contact: Lisa Foerster, Chief Naturalist, Yankee Whale Watch, 75 Essex Avenue, Gloucester, MA01970 Telephone: 1-800-WHALING or (978) 283-0313 FAX: (978) 283-6089 www.yankee-fleet.com

Salem Whale Watch - East India Cruise Company

Upscale whale watch vessel offering 4 hour 'classroom at sea" whale watching trips and private charters daily from May to October. All trips led by scientists from the Whale Center of New England. Departing from Pickering Wharf shopping center in Salem Massachusetts, site of the Salem Witch Museum, Peabody Essex Museum, House of Seven Gables and National Park Service maritime center. Sightings and satisfaction is guaranteed. Free Onsite parking. Season: May - October. Passenger Capacity: 149 Costs: $29.00 adults; $24.00 seniors; $19.00 kids; $18-$20 for groups
Species: Humpback, finback, minke, pilot, dolphin, porpoise, etc. Contact: David Malloy Salem Whale Watch - East India Cruise Company, 57 Wharf Street, Salem, MA01970 Telephone: 978-741-0434 FAX: 978-744-8718 www.salemwhalewatch.com

Sea & Adventures/Mar Y Aventuras

This trip is ideal for combining kayaking and snorkeling in the Sea of Cortez, as well as offering close up encounters with the Pacific gray whale on the west coast of Baja.The four days spent sea kayaking in the Sea of Cortez explores the marine park south of Loreto from Ligui to San Cosme with opportunities to soak your bones in natural hot springs and explore the canyons of the Sierra Giganta Mountains. This portion of the trip offers scenic paddling, great snorkeling among tropical fish, dolphin encounters and spectacular hiking. The other three days of the trip are spent at our whale watching base camp nestled in the dunes on a remote barrier island on the Pacific coast of Baja. Daily excursions into the bay provide close up encounters of the magnificent and friendly gray whale. Motorized skiffs, skillfully and sensitively operated by local boatmen are used for whale watching excursions. Check with the Montana office for reservations and availability. Contact: Sea & Adventures / Mar Y Aventuras 800-355-7140 / 406-522-7595 Fax: 406-522-7596, www.kayakbaja.com/trips/loretowhale.html

Beantown Whale Watch
Boston's premier Whale Watching company.  BEANTOWN  Whale Watch is operated by Massachusetts Bay Lines, Inc.   All departures are from Rowes Wharf in Downtown Boston. BEANTOWN Whale Watch offers FOUR (4) hour and  FIVE (5) hour tours. Please see our schedule for dates and times. An amazing site. Experience Whales UP CLOSE! RESERVATIONS ARE HIGHLY RECOMMENDED! Season: May - October. Passenger Capacity: 375. Costs: $28.00 adults, $20.00 child/senior, $18.00 group Species: Humpback, Minke, Finback. Contact: Shane Lemay, Beantown Whale Watch, 60 Rowes Wharf, Boston MA 02110 Telephone: 617-542-8000
FAX: 617-951-0700 www.beantownwhalewatch.com

Provincetown Whale Watch Inc., Ranger V Whale Watching Boat Tours

Boston Harbor Whale Watch

cape cod whale watching with capt john boats of plymouth massachusetts

Coastal Fishing Charters, Gloucester, Massachusetts

Cape Cod Whale Watches from BCCC

International Wildlife Coalition - Protection of Wildlife, Endangered S
 capt. john boats plymouth, massachusetts - welcome!

New Hampshire:

Isles of Shoals Steamship Company

Set a course for adventure with our Ocean Expedition Whale Watch. Our cruises depart from scenic downtown Portsmouth and include an Isles of Shoals & Portsmouth Harbor tour on every trip. Our whale watches usually cruise to Jeffreys Ledge, a nearby whale feeding ground, where we have a chance of seeing many marine creatures, including fin, humpback and minke whales, Atlantic white-sided dolphins, basking sharks, ocean sunfish, harbor seals, and a variety of pelagic bird species. Each trip is guided by expert naturalists who work with local research organizations. We pride ourselves on providing you with a complete, educational, fun day at sea! Season: May-October Passenger Capacity: 148 Costs: Adult: 27.00/Child 18.00/Group (25+ ppl) 25.00/School 15.00 Contact: Jen Hafner, Isles of Shoals Steamship Co.,315 Market Street, Portsmouth NH 03801. Telephone: 1-800-441-4620 FAX: 603-433-1280 www.islesofshoals.com



Offering expertly narrated, naturalist led whale watch tours from Rye Harbor, NH. Centrally located for access to northern and southern extremities of Jeffreys Ledge. Sail with the professionals. This is our 20th year of exclusive dedication to whale watching, sightseeing and research. We specialize in what we do; ours is a profession of choice and not a supplement to other endeavors. Expeditions conducted in strict conformance with accepted research standards. All research data submitted to College of the Atlantic, Bar Harbor, Maine, curators of the Humpback and Finback catalogs and New England Right Whale Project in Boston. SEASON: Early May to early October. Passenger Capacity: 150. Costs: $15 to $20 // Group and school rates. Species: Humpback, Finback, Minke, Sei, Pilot, Right Whales; Atlantic White Sided Dolphins, Harbor Porpoises, Seals, Tuna, Ocean Sunfish and Plagic Birds. Contact: Granite State Whale Watch, Ryne Harbour State Marina, Route 1A Ocean Boulevard, Rye Harbor, New Hampshire 03870 Telephone: 603 964 5545 800 964 5545 FAX: 603 964 8039
www. whales-rye.com

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North Carolina:
North Carolina Dolphin Watch


Lynnhavem Seafood Marina Fishing & Dolphin Watching


The Dream Team, Inc

We offer an OPEN OCEAN experience. One can enjoy the company of a pod of WILD Atlantic Spotted dolphin. When the dolphin are too busy to visit we visit a shallow wreck which is home to a large sea turtle and colorful reef fish. It is also possible for certified divers to do a shark dive and get an upclose look at these magnificent creatures. Season: March to Dec. Passenger Capacity: 12 Costs: $75 to $300 per day for 7 days Species: spotted Atlantic dolphin
Inez M Smith, The Dream Team 127 East 23RD Street, Riviera Beach Florida 33404 Telephone: 1 888 277 8181 FAX: 1 561 840 7946
www.dolphindreamteam.com Email:dream2@gate.net

Key West Coral Reefs
65-foot schooner REEF CHIEF sails to the coral reef sanctuary off Key West for dolphin watch, and great snorkeling. Enjoying the natural beauty of the abundant tropical ocean. Private group charters for dolphin watching, sailing and sail instruction and/or snorkeling available - or join our daily scheduled excursions to the coral reef. Watch dolphins in their natural environment. Sail the turquoise sea. Season: all year Passenger Capacity: from six to thrity four passengers Costs: $40 for daily scheduled charters, call for group rates. Species: Atlantic bottlenose, Atlantic spotted dolphins, Pilot whales. Contact: Captain Al REEF CHIEF, Key West Coral Reefs, P O Box 580 Key West Florida 33041 Telephone: 305 292 1345 Mobile Telephone: 305 923 4300 http://www.reefchief.com dolphins@keywestflorida.cc

Dolphin World

Dolphin World - Provides the best dolphin swim program and marine animal workshops in Florida. You can swim with the dolphins, either do a structured, natural or wild dolphin swim in our marine animal workshops. Also, available guided tours from Miami, Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach to the Florida Keys for the dolphin swim program Reservations are a must! All reservations prepaid with Master Card, Visa, American Express, or Discover card. Contact: John McNamara, Dolphin World, 1: 819 SW 14th Street, Florida Keys FL 33037 Telephone: 954-525-4441 FAX: 954-525-5057 http://www.dolphinworld.org Email info@dolphinworld.org

(PLEASE NOTE:  'DolphinEAR' is the NEW Name for 'DolphinPhone'.  Some confusion occurred with the
'phone' part of the name.  It stood for 'hydroPHONE' but few people seem to have clicked on the
association!  We hope 'DolphinEAR' better describes it as a 'listening device for under water sounds.)

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