Whale Watching Cruises in Alaska, Mexico and Hawaii
Are killer whales really maneaters? What do humpback whales eat? What do pilot whales look like? Find the answers to these questions and more on whale watching cruises.
Actually, killer whales are the famed orcas of the Pacific. Found in every ocean of the world, orcas are most visible on the shores from Alaska to Baja Mexico. On your whale watching cruise, you will have plenty of opportunities to watch these majestic animals crest the water, with their nearly two meter dorsal fin making them clearly visible.
Also Alaskan natives are the popular humpback whales. Driven nearly to extinction, you can now see them along the Inside Passage as nearly half their population migrates to their summer feeding grounds off Alaska's Frederick Sound.
Cruising in warmer waters allows you to view the slow - if not completely still - movement of the pilot whale. Your whale watching cruise may take you alongside a sunbathing pilot whale - easily mistaken for an adrift log. Resting from pre-dawn squid chasing, pilot whales may look docile, but these powerful animals are anything but sedentary.
No matter what your cruise destination may be - exciting, curious, sometimes majestic, and sometimes outright strange (but never boring) - wildlife will lift your spirits and bring you a little closer to nature. Take your family for a fun-filled vacation and let a whale watching cruise bring out the fun.
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Cruise only rates are in U.S. dollars, are per person, based on double occupancy, and are capacity controlled. Prices subject to change without prior notice. Government taxes and fees are additional per guest. Cruise lines reserve the right to impose a fuel supplement for all guests should the NYMEX oil price exceed $70 U.S. per barrel, even if the fare has already been paid in full. Other restrictions may apply. Ships' Registry: The Bahamas, Bermuda, Ecuador, Gibraltar, Great Britain, Marshall Islands, Netherlands, Norway, Panama & USA.
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