Outdoors - Sightseeing - Whale Watching in Maine
Whale Watching Info
The whale watching season off the coast of Maine and eastern Canada runs from mid-spring through October. Species to be found include the North Atlantic Right Whale (endangered and almost extinct, with a population of fewer than 500 whales), the Northern Humpback Whale, Minke Whales and Northern Fin (or Finback) whales. North towards Nova Scotia and The Gully (a vast undersea canyon) are found Northern Bottlenose Whales.
Read A Whale Watch in the Atlantic for a visitor's perspective about her experiences on a whale watching tour in Maine.
Region 3: Downast Acadia Whale Watching Day Trips : Lubec, Bar Harbor
31 Johnson Street
Lubec, ME 04652
Phone: (207) 733-2009
Description: Indulge your passion for the unexpected on the Lorna Doone, a 25' lobster yacht! Tour the unmatched beauty of the Cobscook, Fundy and Passamaquoddy Bays with their craggy, rockbound coastlines teaming with wildlife as diverse as eagles, osprey, whales (finback, minke, humpback and Northern Right), seals, and porpoise. Or charter the Red Ryder, a 35' Bruno & Stillman, fully equipped with galley, inside seating, head and tuna tower for a customized half-day or full-day adventure. Note that we also have tours to the famous Old Sow Whirlpool. We are located on the Lubec waterfront. Souvenirs and snacks available.
69 Johnson Street
Lubec, ME 04652
Phone: (207) 733-4400
Description: Take a Whale Watching voyage aboard Tarquin, our boat that seats 26, with inside and outside comfort. Our captains tour will show you whales, share sea stories and visit seals, eagles and lighthouses (weather permitting).
Region 4: Midcoast Maine Whale Watching Windjammer Cruise (Week Long) : Camden
PO Box 736
Camden, ME 04843
Phone: (800) 282-9989
Description: Departing from Camden, Maine on a 6-night cruise from July 19 to July 25, 2015, Angelique is a 130' ketch rigged tall ship sailing the Maine coast on 3,4, or 6 night vacations. On this particular cruise, we leave sight of land and set out to Mt. Desert Rock and Inner Schoodic Ridge one or two mornings, weather permitting, to observe whales, puffin, dolphin, shearwaters, and other offshore marine life. Angelique will return to a different, snug harbor to anchor each evening, and you will have a chance to walk ashore to explore a deserted island or a coastal fishing village. See spectacular sunsets and amazing star gazing! All your meals, including a classic all you can eat lobster bake, are included. Cabins are double occupancy. For pricing, more info, or to request a brochure see the Schedule or call (800) 282-9989. (Photos by Fred LeBlanc and Bob Blevins)
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PO Box 736