Boston Whale Watching Excursion Reviews

Boston is host to a growing population of endangered humpback whales; catch a glimpse of them and other whale species on a whale-watching excursion in Boston.
The tour leaves Long Wharf (a $10 cab ride from the ship - Don't take the pricey shuttle to the ...
Sail Date: November 2018
The tour leaves Long Wharf (a $10 cab ride from the ship - Don't take the pricey shuttle to the market) and visits the Stellwagen Bank marine preserve. The whales were easy to spot by their blows, and we saw so many up close that the ... Read More
The tour leaves Long Wharf (a $10 cab ride from the ship - Don't take the pricey shuttle to the market) and visits the Stellwagen Bank marine preserve. The whales were easy to spot by their blows, and we saw so many up close that the guides barely knew which way to tell us to look! The tour lasted about 3.5 hours because we didn't lose any time finding the whales, but they will run longer if whales aren't found early on. The company also offers a rain-check if no whales are seen. Highly recommended! Read Less
Shore Excursion Provider: Royal Caribbean International
Boston Harbour Cruises offered the Whale watching tour for $50 per adult $36 for kids and it was ...
Sail Date: May 2015
Boston Harbour Cruises offered the Whale watching tour for $50 per adult $36 for kids and it was excellent. 45 minute catamaran drive to feeding grounds and we were lucky to see 15 whales total, mother and Baby, Fin whales- 60 ft long and ... Read More
Boston Harbour Cruises offered the Whale watching tour for $50 per adult $36 for kids and it was excellent. 45 minute catamaran drive to feeding grounds and we were lucky to see 15 whales total, mother and Baby, Fin whales- 60 ft long and humpbacks which were all around and under the boat, one of the best things we did. Read Less
Shore Excursion Provider: Norwegian Cruise Line