The entire outing usually takes about four hours. We typically leave at 11 a.m. and return at 3 p.m.
Whales are off our coast 365 days a year, but the most consistent time is during the gray whale migration (December – April).
The boat is big and stable, so the ride is generally very smooth. But, if you’re susceptible to motion sickness, be sure to take the necessary precautions. Be sure to ask about our “No Seasickness Guarantee.”
Not at this time. But if we get enough requests, we might consider looking into it.
Only if you’re planning to bring a few thousand pounds of krill or amphipods.
Our fire extinguisher is mightier than any cigar, and our crew members are not afraid to use it to enforce our no smoking policy.
The restroom facility on board is very basic. We recommend that all passengers use the dockside restrooms prior to boarding.
The Coast Guard requires us to keep life jackets on board. If you have an opportunity to wear one, you’ll probably be in water up to your neck and nobody will notice if it matches your shoes.
If the wind is up, all food and snacks aboard the boat can be re-classified as “fast food.” We provide complimentary bottled water, soft drinks, and light snacks.
Point Loma lighthouse. Downtown skyline. The Star of India. Sea lions on the marker buoys. Coronado Bridge. Other beautiful boats. Stuff like that.
Last we heard, he was working for one of the airlines.