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Boston Whale Watching Only $35.95! | Boston's Best Cruises  April 26, 2013 – 02:26 pm

Boston's Best Whale Watch


Voted Boston’s Best Whale Watch 2010/2011/2012!

One of the most fun things to do in Beantown is to go Whale Watching with Boston’s Best Cruises on Voyager III. Voyager III is the only fast-ferry in Massachusetts that was designed and built specifically for whale watching. What does that mean? It means that this 110′,350 passenger catamaran has many unique features specially designed for the ultimate whale watching adventure.

Our award-winning* Boston Whale Watch is simply the best whale watching trip in Massachusetts.

Here’s why Boston’s Best Cruises whale watching adventure is the most fun thing to do in Boston:

Listen! We are the first & only whale watching trip in Boston to use a hydrophone,so you can hear the whale songs.

See! Marvel at the size of the whales up-close and personal,then stand next to a life-size illustration on the Voyager III. Whale sightings are guaranteed!Boston's Best Whale Watch

Learn! Our naturalists have so much interesting information about the whales to share with you. They offer Q&A educational sessions throughout the trip. We are partners with the Whale & Dolphin Conservation (WDC),the leading global organization dedicated to the protection and welfare of all whales and dolphins.

In addition to their conservation efforts,WDC provides educational training,media,events,exhibitions,schools initiatives,and more. Our whale watch staff train with WDC throughout the year. Click to support WDC through the Adopt-a-Whale program.

This is a remarkable whale watching adventure – and a Boston tourist experience unlike any other.

Boston’s Best Cruises is the only Boston whale watching company recognized by Whale SENSE for responsible whale watching practices and ocean stewardship.

*Voted Best Whale Watch by the Boston A-List 2010,2011,& 2012 (When operating the NEAq whale watch).

Source: bostonsbestcruises.com


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