Cape May Whale Watcher
1218 Wilson Dr.
Cape May, NJ 08204
1 (800) 786-5445 -- (609) 884-5445

Places Nearby:
Cape May Bird Observatory
Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts
US Coast Guard Training Center
Ocean Discovery Center
George F. Boyer Museum
Hereford Inlet Lighthouse
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The Cape May Whale Watcher has been thrilling sightseers and nature lovers since 1993 with a variety of whale and dolphin watching cruises, historic lighthouse cruises, and dinner cruises.

Sailing from March until December from the Miss Chris Marina in Cape May, the Cape May Whale Watcher and the new Spirit of Cape May offer air-conditioned comfort and a full range of amenities to provide families and groups of all kinds with a memorable seafaring experience.

Dolphin and whale watching cruises generally last two to three hours, while six-hour excursions, cosponsored by the Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts, take in the beautiful historic lighthouses in the area.

Throughout each dolphin and whale watching cruise, the Captain/Naturalist and crew point out the different species and offer valuable insight to the animals' activities, biology and more, making the most of every trip.

School and other Groups Cruises (25 or more people) are treated to a generous discount.

Hours: Please call or visit the official website (linked above) for current schedule.

Admission: Costs for a 2-hour trip are approximately $30.00 for adults and $20.00 for children 7-12. Children 6 and under FREE with each paid adult. Fees for longer cruises are higher. Call to or visit the official website for details. Reservations for Familes and Individuals recommended but not required,

Groups: Call for info.

Group Reservations: 2 weeks in advance recommended.

Lunch: Food service on board.

Handicapped Access: Accessible.

Directions: Garden State Pkwy. South to end. Cross bridge onto Rt. 109 South. Go about 3 blocks and turn right onto Wilson Dr. 90 - 120 minutes from Philadelphia.

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