Local Whale Watching

 

Below are 3 examples of our local Whale Watching Tours.

Whale Watching on Digby Neck

Whale Watching on Digby Neck

Petit Passage Whale Watching

The “Passage Provider 04” is a fibreglass Cape Island style boat. Launched in the spring of 2004, this blue and white vessel is 45ft long and 17ft wide. A permanent roof that covers half of the deck allows passengers to get out of the sun and wind. There is comfortable padded seating for 45 people and a washroom on board for your convenience.

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Ocean Explorations - Digby Neck

Ocean Explorations Whale Cruises is run by Marine Explorations and Research Ltd. Tour director, biologist Tom Goodwin, has overall training and experience in the fields of marine and wildlife biology and has undertaken graduate studies in environmental education. Not for the weak-hearted, Ocean Explorations are usually conducted in a large rigid hull inflatable, Zodiac™ or other brands, similar to those used by marine biologists, whale-watchers, and charter operations all over the world (even Antarctica). The maritimes' original ocean rafting whale/seabird tour!! It makes a cruise -- an adventure!!

WHALE WATCHING

Freeport Whale & Seabird Tours is a family owned business started in 1994, and operated by Tim and Karen Crocker. We are located in Freeport, Long Island, NS on the Bay of Fundy, which is known around the world for its high tides and it’s many different species of marine life.

During the summer months we are visited by Humpback Whales, Fin Whales, Minke Whales, endangered North Atlantic Right Whales, Sei Whales and Blue Whales. We also see Harbor Porpoise, North Atlantic White Sided Dolphins, Common Dolphins, Grey Seals and Harbor Seals. Seabirds number in the hundreds with daily sightings of Puffins, Shearwaters, Storm Petrels, Gannets, Kittiwake, Terns, Phalaropes and more!