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A Mesmerizing Cape Cod Whale Watching Experience

Touted by Mid-Cape by Cape Cod Life Magazine as the "Best of the Cape & Islands Sightseeing", Hyannis Whale Watcher Cruises takes passengers on a journey to see 85 species of whales, dolphins and porpoises that feed off the New England coast each year. Catch glimpses of Humpback, Finback, and Minke whales, bottlenose dolphins, great white sharks, and marine birds from the deck of a jet-powered ocean vessel and unwind with food and drinks in the climate-controlled cabin. Set sail to uncover the ocean's giants on a whale watching tour of Cape Cod Bay and Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary and embark on an unforgettable wildlife experience in one of the world's top 10 whale watching destinations.


Prices -

Cruises are $49 adults; $45 seniors (62+); and $33 children (4-12). Kids (3 & under) and active military (with ID) are free.

Hours -

Whale watching tours are daily from April through October. Season dates and departure times vary, so check the schedule for details.


  • 4th of July Cruise
  • Private Parties
  • Corporate& ClubEvents


  • Whale Watching Tours
  • Marine Life & Bird Watching
  • Sunset Cruises
  • Charter Cruises
  • Naturalist Presentations
  • Dining & Entertainment


  • Are whale sightings in Cape Cod guaranteed?

    If you visit during high season (April-October), you can be confident that the whales, dolphins and ocean animals will be on display. However, if you don't see a whale, Hyannis Whale Watcher Cruises will offer rain checks to all passengers (at captain's discretion). The company does not offer cash refunds but the rain check passes never expire and can be used anytime based upon availability; reservations required.
  • How long is a Cape Cod whale watching tour?

    Whale watching trips generally last from 3.5 to 4 hours. Tour length depends upon the location of whales, and the captain may extend the tour to maximize your whale watching experience. Be sure to dress warmly in windproof layers, wear comfortable sneakers or walking shoes and sunglasses. Be sure to bring plenty of sunscreen, water, a hat, and your camera. Motion sickness medication and/or sea bands are a good idea for rough sail days.

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