Gloucester sits on the southern shore of a rocky cape called “Cape Ann” which is perfectly situated directly between two major whale feeding grounds: Stellwagen Bank to the south and Jeffreys Ledge to the north. Both of these areas are home to numerous species of whales, dolphins, sharks, as well as a wide variety of seabirds and other marine wildlife. Together Jeffreys Ledge and Stellwagen Bank make up Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary, one of the world’s top 10 whale watching locations. This means that whale watch boats departing from Gloucester/Cape Ann have easy access to the very best whale watching in all of New England. 7 Seas Whale Watch has been leading whale watching tours from Gloucester, MA since the spring of 1983. Over the course of their 31 years in business, they have had the privilege of introducing thousands of people to whales that gather to feed off the coast of Massachusetts each year.
One of the most fun things to do in Boston is to go Whale Watching with Boston’s Best Cruises on Voyager III. Voyager III is the only fast-ferry in Massachusetts that was designed and built specifically for whale watching. What does that mean? It means that this 110′, 350 passenger catamaran has many unique features specially designed for the ultimate whale watching adventure. Naturalists on board have so much interesting information about the whales to share with you. They offer Q&A educational sessions throughout the trip. They are partners with the Whale & Dolphin Conservation (WDC), the leading global organization dedicated to the protection and welfare of all whales and dolphins
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