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A Local’s Guide to the Best Cape Cod Seal Tours & Where to See Seals On Your Own

No matter how old you are, seeing seals at the beach or on a boat tour is an unforgettable experience. These marine mammals are just so cute when they splash around and poke their heads up out of the water, and even while they sunbathe on the sand — especially the pups.

If you’ve never had the chance to see seals or you want to see them again, head to Cape Cod. The outer peninsula is usually teeming with them, and there are several Cape Cod seal tours that you can book.

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Before we get to that, though, let’s talk about the seal species that you can expect to see.

Important Things to Know About Cape Cod Seals

In general, you can see seals on Cape Cod any time of year but you’ll see many during the breeding season, which is between September and March. The peak period is September and October as large numbers of them arrive on the islands. You may see Cape Cod seals sleep on the sandy or rocky shores when they have pups or when they’re looking for warmth. But they can sleep in the water too.

Another fact to know is that seals and sea lions are two different animals. Seals don’t have external ears, but sea lions do. Also, true seals can’t rotate their back flippers like sea lions can, which makes them look like they “walk” on land. Instead, they scoot across the sand or rocks to get where they want.

On Cape Cod, it’s possible to see five species of seals. The two most common are harbor and gray seals, but you could come across harp, ringed, and hooded seals in the winter and spring. Keep reading to learn how to identify each species.

  • Harbor Seals — Born between May and June, harbor seals have puppy-like faces with small and pointed snouts and a definite brow. They’re relatively small at about 5 feet long, and their bodies are light underneath and brown to gray on top with irregular spots all over. Their front flippers have small claws, while their back flippers have tiny claws.
  • Gray Seals — The largest seals found on Cape Cod, gray seals can be 7-8 feet long and weigh more than 600-800 pounds (the females are smaller than the males). The females are light with dark spots, while the males are dark with a few light spots. All gray seals have long, broad snouts. Pups are usually born from late December to mid-February.
  • Harp Seals — Although rare on Cape Cod, harp seals are about 5.5 feet long and weigh around 280 pounds. The pups go through several appearance changes as they age. As adults, they have white to light gray coats with dark brown patches on the head and back. The markings might form a musical harp, which is where the name comes from.
  • Ringed Seals — Even more rare to see on the peninsula, ringed seals are the smallest seals in the area at about 4.5 feet long and 150 pounds. Their coats are typically a cream color on the bottom and dark gray on top with a constellation of rings on the head and back. They have short but strong front flippers with long, curved claws because they prefer landfast ice. If you see a ringed seal on Cape Cod, it’s probably a juvenile that has wandered off.
  • Hooded Seals — Like ringed seals, hooded seals are pretty rare on the peninsula. While females grow to 7 feet and 350 pounds, males can be 8 feet and 600 pounds. All adults are white or silvery blue with dark brown spots. The distinguishing feature is the inflatable sac that droops from the males’ noses, forming a black hood when inflated during mating season or to defend their territory. The males also have a red inner lining in their noses that they can inflate outward.

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To do more than see seals, you can book a seal cruise with a handful of nearby boat tour operators. It’s a fantastic way to get close to these marine mammals and see other wildlife on the waters around Cape Cod.

Monomoy Island Excursions

From Harwich Port, Monomoy Island Excursions navigates the Perseverance boat through narrow channels and into isolated lagoons around Monomoy Island. The island is home to thousands of gray seals, so you’re likely to see them swimming around and laying on the shoreline. The tour is about 1.5 hours, during which a trained naturalist educates you about the seals and other wildlife. Monomoy Island Excursions offer seal tours as well as private charters.

Monomoy Island Ferry

Offering the fastest Cape Cod seal tours around Monomoy Island is the Monomoy Island Ferry . It departs from the Monomoy National Wildlife Refuge headquarters in Chatham and has been the closest launching point to the seals since 1989. You’ll ride on the Rip Ryder for about 2 hours, learning about the seals and other wildlife along the way, such as the piping plover, roseate tern, and American oystercatcher. Also, you’ll get up-close views of Stage Harbor Lighthouse and the Nantucket Sound. Seal tours and private tours are available.

Beachcomber Boat Tours

Operating Cape Cod seal tours in bright yellow beachcomber boats, Beachcomber Boat Tours is located in Chatham. Transportation is provided to the boats at Ryder’s Cove. The cruises explore Pleasant Bay and the waterways between Chatham Lighthouse, North Beach, and the break. In addition to the picturesque beaches and harbors, you’ll see seals, birds, and other wildlife. The adventure lasts about 1.5 hours. Several tours depart on a daily basis in July and August months. June and September schedules are not set in advance. Private tours are available and are Beachcomber Boat Tours’ specialty.

Outermost Harbor Marine

For more Chatham-based Cape Cod seal tours, head to Outermost Harbor Marine . It has one of the best launching spots in the area for seeing the seals along the inner channels of Chatham Harbor. The 24-foot boat can fit up to 15 people and quietly moves among the seals as they swim around in the shallow water. The cruises last about 1 hour.

Blue Claw Boat Tours

From Orleans, Blue Claw Boat Tours provides Cape Cod seal tours on the Orleans River to Pleasant Bay and Chatham Harbor. The 1-hour, 45-minute cruises include historical facts about more than seals. You’ll hear about buried treasure and pirates, great white sharks, Native Americans, Pilgrims, and shipwrecks during the narration. The ride stops by the Chatham Fish Pier where the local fishing fleet is hard at work. Off-season cruises are available and may be scheduled.

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Best Places to See Seals on Cape Cod

If you prefer to search for seals yourself over choosing one of the Cape Cod seal tours, you can find them all along the Cape Cod National Seashore from Chatham to Provincetown. However, there are several places where they tend to gather more, especially less crowded areas. There isn’t a specific time of day that’s best to see seals, but they tend to break for land in the late afternoon and early evening.

Throughout Chatham

Of all the towns on Cape Cod, Chatham is renowned for having the most seals. They tend to come out of the water in the early evening. But, where are the seals in Chatham? As mentioned, the majority of the seals hang around Monomoy Island , which is about 9.5 miles from the mainland and only accessible by boat.

To see Cape Cod seals on the mainland, head to Chatham Fish Pier . You can usually see seals from the observation deck as the fishermen return home and throw out unused bait. While you watch, you can eat some chowder, lobster bisque, lobster rolls, and other fresh seafood from the Chatham Pier Fish Market .

Chatham Lighthouse Beach is another potential spot for Cape Cod seals. The spectacular view of the lighthouse is a bonus. Plus, you can walk to the south end of the beach to see the Shack, which is a living sculpture built of shipwreck debris that has washed ashore.

Nauset Beach in Orleans

A little farther north, Nauset Beach is a 10-mile stretch of sand where you can go swimming, surfing, and fishing. Sometimes, the seals aren’t shy at all and will approach swimmers. Just use caution because it’s not always safe to swim with seals.

Coast Guard Beach in Eastham

If you follow Nauset Beach north, you’ll come to Coast Guard Beach with only a narrow waterway to separate the two. A nearby salt marsh is a good place to observe the seals in the winter, alongside various seabirds.

Ballston Beach in Truro

Even farther up the Cape Cod arm, Ballston Beach is a quiet stretch of sand where some seals like to hang out. You have to hike a little to get to the sand, but you’re rewarded with unspoiled land and large dunes.

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Best Place to Stay During Cape Cod Seal Tours

Located in Brewster, Candleberry Inn bed and breakfast on Cape Cod is about equal distance from one side of Cape Cod to the other. All of the seal cruises and places where seals like to hang out are just a short drive away.

Additionally, you’ll have convenient access to a multitude of other things to do, such as whale watching on Cape Cod . Before each adventure, you can indulge in a fresh, locally sourced breakfast in our elegant dining room or on our lovely patio.

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The seals of Monomoy are a rare treat seen close up from the shallow drafting seal watch vessel Perseverance. You will glide through narrow channels and into isolated lagoons where Gray Seals gather together to swim and lay out along the shore. And you will spy seabirds and once in a while, the shadow of a great white shark passes by. Some of the best ocean fun adventures for your family.

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Chatham Seal Tour Up Close and Personal

When looking for things to do in Chatham while on vacation that are great for adults and kids of all ages, we recommend exploring the waters of Pleasant Bay and Chatham Harbor on an amazing seal tour. We found a boat tour was the best way to watch the harbor and gray seals up close, in addition to viewing Chatham Light, Chatham Fish Pier and the Break.

Since moving to the Cape in 2006, I've taken a few whale watches out of Barnstable Harbor. This tour is fun and informative, and each time we've seen plenty of whales! But, in my twelve years on the Cape, I had never taken a seal tour. In fact, I had never seen more than three seals in the same place (at Nauset Beach; that's another story and involves sharks—eek!).

We arrived at the Beachcomber office in Chatham, boarded a bus and were taken to Ryder's Cove. Honestly when Tyler, Jim and I saw the boat, we looked at one another and said, "I think we're gonna need a bigger boat!" It didn’t seem large enough to fit all 27 of us, but it did, and quite comfortably.

The seals pack together on sand bars and make an incredibly loud and raucous noise that’s somewhere between a groan and a roar. They are voicing their displeasure that there is no room to move around and spread out. And each one takes up a lot of space—the males weigh close to 700 pounds!

We were struck by how brave and even friendly the seals seemed. As our boat slowly gotwithin 25 feet of them, the younger ones disappeared under water, but the larger seals watched us and swam close to the boat. They would peek at us, then duck under water, and we’d try to predict where they would pop back up. It was often much farther away than we had predicted. Their faces with their big eyes are endearing. Our Captain jokingly said we could take one home with us if we wished.

The seals were fantastic. We spent about 20 minutes boating back and forth near them taking pictures and admiring their cute antics. A few followed our boat as we drove away from North Chatham towards Tern Island. We drove by the Chatham Fish Pier, which we had only seen from the land side. We were struck by the beauty of the fishing boats and the sandy, undisturbed beaches on Tern Island .

Next we traveled past the Chatham Lighthouse and Lighthouse Beach where many people were walking and relaxing. This majestic, vast beach leads to Morris Island. The weather was perfect, and the combination of sun and breeze on the boat was very enjoyable.

Back to Ryder Cove, we returned by shuttle to Beachcomber Tours office on Crowell Road. The late afternoon tour took about 95 minutes. We felt that it was a great experience and worth the $34 ticket price ($28 for kids 3-15). I would highly recommend a seal tour when you visit the Cape. There are other tours available, some out of Orleans and Harwich. You will find a complete list of Sightseeing Tours on our Vacation Planner.

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7 Popular Cape Cod Boat Tours

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Cape Cod boat tours are a great and adventurous way to go whale watching, sightseeing, Day sailing, harbor cruise, seal watching, water sporting, and fishing on the Cape.

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A Few Popular Cape Cod Boat Tours

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1. Blue Claw Boat Tours

Duration : 1hr 45 minutes

Rating : 5/5

Pricing : Starts from $450

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Blue Claw Boat tours are a private charter cruise from Orleans through Pleasant Bay and Chatham Harbor waters. You can choose either a narrated Seal Watch Adventure Cruise with a Beachcomber Expedition or a Sunset Cruise. Just you, your friends, and the captain aboard the Blue Claw boat.

Who it’s best for?

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The Blue Claw Boat tour suits family and friends interested in seal-watching adventures, beachcomber expeditions, river life cruises, and sunset cruises. There’s no age limit.

What to see and do in Blue Claw Boat Tours

Aboard the Blue Claw, you will go on a seal-watching adventure, visit Tern Island in Chatham Harbor, travel through the salt marshes, and

see the Cape Cod National Seashore dunes.

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With the Beachcombing expedition, you will be able to beach comb on an island and enjoy the sunset.

Package costs

Blue Claw Boat Tours offers three packages. The Seal Watch Adventure tour starts at $475; the Beachcomber Expedition with Seal Tour starts at $750, and the Sunset Cruise starts at $450.

A Seal Watch Adventure tour costs $475 for a group of up to 4 people, $555 for 5 people, $615 for 6 people, $675 for 7 people, $735 for 8 people, $795 for 9 people, $855 for 10 people, $915 for 11 people, and $975 for 12 people. It is 1hour and 45 minutes long.

The Beachcomber Expedition with Seal Tour costs $750 for a group of 1 to 6 people, $850 for 7 people, $950 for 8 people, $1,050 for 9 people and $1,150 for 10 people. It is 3 hours long.

The Sunset Cruise costs $450 for a group of 1 to 4 people, $500 for 5 people, $550 for 6 people, $600 for 7 people, $650 for 8 people, $700 for 9 people and $750 for 10 people. It is 1hour and 30minutes long.

For a treat to the Chatham Lighthouse, you need an additional $75 for your group. However, you should carry your food and snacks aboard.

Where to get tickets

You can get your Blue Claw Boat Tours tickets on their website.

2. Beachcomber Boat Tours

Duration: 1hour and 30minutes

Rating: 4.5/5

Pricing: Starts from $45 per adult

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The Beachcomber Boat Tours offer seal watching tours and private harbor cruises in Pleasant Bay, with their boats located in Ryder’s Cove. You will enjoy the views between North Beach and Chatham Break.

The seal watching tours have a maximum capacity of 29 people and a minimum capacity.

They also offer a roundtrip boat shuttle from Chatham’s Municipal Fish Pier.

Beachcomber Boat Tours are excellent for family get-togethers, weddings, and corporate events. This tour is suitable for all age groups interested in private harbor cruises and seal watches in Chatham.

What to do and see

You will enjoy watching seals, a quiet picnic place at the outer beaches of Pleasant Bay, swim in the Atlantic, surf or relax at the quiet Bayside North Beach.

This tour package costs $45.00 for adults, $38.00 for kids 12 years old and under, but free for kids below two years.

The package is inclusive of a boat cruise and swimming. However, it is not inclusive of food, snacks, and drinks.

You can get your Beachcomber Boat Tour tickets by calling (508)945-5265.

3. Shark Shark Tuna Fishing Charters

Duration : 8 hours

Pricing : Starts from $675

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Shark Shark Tuna is a fishing tour that takes place between late May to October. The tour starts from Neptune Lane in Yarmouth, and it accommodates up to 6 passengers a trip. You may fish Bluefin Tuna, Yellowfin Tuna, Sea Bass, Sharks, Striped Bass, or Porgy.

People interested in deep-sea fishing and getting to experience the Cape Cod fishing grounds should book for this fun-filled tour. The tour is open for kids and adults.

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You will experience deep sea fishing, kids fishing trips, sunset cruises, and overnight canyon trips on request.

You will enjoy seeing the bounty of Nantucket with clear skies, salt-filled air, incredible views, and rhythmic waves.

This tour costs $675 for 4 hours, $725 for 5 hours, $800 for 6 hours, and $1000 for 8 hours for up to 6 people. The package is inclusive of all fishing gear, a boat ride, and zip lock freezer bags.

However, it is exclusive of snacks, drinks, cooler for your catch, and other items of personal comfort.

You can buy your trip tickets on the Shark Shark Tuna Charters website. Call the tour on 774.212.0016 for any questions.

4. Bay Spirit Tours

Duration : 1-3 hours

Rating : 4.5/5

Pricing : Starts from $1175

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The Bay Spirit tour lasts from 90 minutes on the music cruise, 1-3 hours on the Bay Spirit and Bay Breeze. The tour starts at Hyannis and sails into Lewis Bay and Nantucket Sound. You will enjoy the cruise, sunset views, and live music.

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This cruise tour is best suited for corporate outings and events, weddings, and parties solely based on the vessel you charter from their wide selection.

You can take a ride through Lewis Bay to view local lighthouses, do a leisurely cruise in scenic Hyannis harbor or opt for the 90 minutes sunset cruise with live music performance.

The Bay spirit charter costs $1175 an hour 50 minutes, $1450 for two hours, $1650 for 2 hours 50 minutes, and $1850 for 3 hours for a group of 1-24 people.

For a group of 25-49 people, it goes for $1475 an hour fifty minutes, $1750 for two hours, $2150 for two hours 50 minutes, and $2400 for three hours.

The cost includes a cruise, music, sunset, and your time with the crew and captain.

However, you will need to carry your food, drinks, and snacks. Alternatively, you can buy the ones sold at the cabin bar from liquor, soft drinks, and packaged snacks.

You can grab your boat tour tickets on Bay Spirit Tours.

5. Whale Watch Dolphin fleet

Duration : 3-4 hours

Pricing : Starts from $65

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The Whale Watch Dolphin fleet tour offers 3-4 hours of cruising, offering whale watch and sunset views. The tour starts at the MacMillan Pier , and it is only available during June, July, and August.

Whale Watch Dolphin fleet suits people interested in whales and marine life adventures. The trip has no age limit.

It will be a great way to learn a lot about marine life in Cape Cod waters.

You will enjoy a sunset cruise, whale watching, and marine life tours.

It costs $65 for adults, $55 for seniors above 62 years, $40 for children, and free for kids under 4 years old.Special rates are offered to first responders, the military, health care workers, and large groups.

The cost includes a guided trip, a sundeck and viewing platform on the bow, onboard restrooms, a central air heated cabin, a galley with food and drinks, and ample seating space on the upper and lower deck.

Due to Covid, foods from outside the vessel are prohibited unless it is an infant’s food. Do not carry any food, snacks, or liquor.

You can buy your next trip’s tickets on the Whale Watch website.

6. Monomoy Island Excursions

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Duration : 1 ½ hour

Pricing : Starts from $42

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Who is it best for?

The Monomoy Island Excursions tour is best suited for bird watchers as there are various birds on the island. It’s also excellent for people interested in seals, wildlife, and the island’s history that has become an animal refuge.

The trip is suitable for all age groups, but infants have to be carried on the adult’s lap all the time.

What to see and do

You will enjoy seeing the gray and harbor seals, hundreds of bird species, the Stage Harbor and Chatham Lighthouses, yachts, and sailboats along the Nantucket Sound coastline.

It costs $42 per adult,$40 for children within 4-12 years old, and $10 for children under 3 years to get on this excursion.

The cost includes a trained naturalist on board and the boat ride to the seal excursion island.

Snacks and drinks are not provided abroad; hence carry your own.

Smoking is strictly prohibited on this vessel.

Get your Monomoy excursion tickets to this fantastic place on the Monomoy Seal Cruise website.

7. Captain John Boats

Duration : 4 Hours

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Captain John Boats is a whale-watching excursion that starts at Town Wharf in Plymouth out to Cape Cod Bay and Stellwagen Bank. You will catch glimpses of various types of whales like the finback whale and the endangered right whales.

This excursion is suitable for all age groups and highly beneficial for an educational experience on whales.

You will be able to see the Stellwagen marine sanctuary, spot humpback whales, finback whales, minke whales, the endangered right whales, and pilot whales.

This excursion costs $55 for adults above 62 years old, $65 for adults above 13 years, $45 for kids between the age of 4-12 years, and free for kids between 0-3 years.

The package includes a guided tour with a naturalist and sailing.

However, galley services are offered on board with a cash-only payment for food and beverages. Liquor is equally available.

You can buy your Captain John Boat tickets on their website .

Boat tours are a great way of exploring the rich waters of Cape Cod, marine wildlife, fishing, watching the sunset, whale watching, puffin sightings, seal excursions, and sea birds.

The best Cape Cod Boat tours are Blue Claw Boat Tours, Beachcomber Boat Tours, Shark Shark Tuna Fishing charters, Bay Spirit tours, Whale Watch Dolphin fleet, Monomoy Island Excursions, and Captain John Boats.

The boat tours offer exclusive views of the different lighthouses from the sea and magnificent views of the different Cape towns.

Boat tours are a great way to relax and have fun with family, friends, and colleagues, with a wide range of activities and service providers to choose from.

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  • Updated: Apr. 01, 2024, 5:34 a.m. |
  • Published: Apr. 01, 2024, 5:34 a.m.

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A whale breaches the water near a whale watch tour run by the Dolphin Fleet, based in Provincetown, Massachusetts, June 26, 2007. (Photo by Kim Hojackni, via the Massachusetts Office of Travel and Tourism).

It doesn’t have to be 85 degrees with the sun beating down on your head to hop on a boat with the hope of catching a glimpse of a whale off the Massachusetts coast. Springtime whale watching is a thing, too — just bundle up.

Whale watching tours are starting up in April out of the Bay State — one of the top destinations in the world for a once-in-a-lifetime chance to see the majestic giants up close, according to the National Oceanic Atmospheric Association .

And while Cape Cod might come first to mind for the sightseeing, tour groups dot the entirety of the state’s 1,500 miles of Atlantic Ocean coastline up to the North Shore. The stretch of federally-protected waters east of Boston, between Cape Ann and Cape Cod, is called the Stellwagen National Marine Sanctuary .

It’s home to five whale species you could see on your tour, including the critically-endangered North Atlantic right whale and endangered Sei whale.

You’ll have better chances of spotting humpback (also an endangered species), fin and Minke whales as they all start to migrate in the spring through the warming waters, the NOAA said . If you’re lucky, you might also see dolphins, seals, turtles or a shark, and various fish.

Here’s 11 public and private whale watching tour groups where you can book your trip. Tours generally run until October.

7 Seas Whale Watch

Opening date : April 20

Cost : $60 for adults; $55 for seniors; $50 for AAA members, military or students; $45 for children; $10 for infants

What to expect : The Gloucester tour group boasts an “over 99% sightings record” on its website, though calling each trip “unique” and “impossible to predict” what might be seen on each trip. It’s been in operation since 1983, led by three generations of career captains at the same dock.

“We have a love and respect for the marine environment and a passion for providing the best possible customer experience for you and your family,” the 7 Seas site reads.

Tickets can be reserved online here , or by calling the sales office at 978-283-1776.

Cape Ann Whale Watch

Opening date: April 27

Cost: $65 for adults; $60 for seniors, AAA members, military or students; $50 for children aged 4-16; $10 for children aged 3 and under

What to expect: “We go where the whales go,” is the motto for this Gloucester group in its 45th season. Sightseers will board a 115-foot boat with upper and lower observation decks, which also include full service galleries with food, drinks and alcohol beverages, and heated indoor galleries.

“We provide the best whale watching in New England as it’s an awe-inspiring experience which every human being should have the opportunity to appreciate. We make it a very special event,” the Cape Ann group said.

Tickets can be reserved online here .

Captain John Boats

Opening date: April 16 in Plymouth; July in Provincetown

Cost for Plymouth: $73 for adults; $63 for seniors; $53 for children; $3 for infants

Cost for Provincetown: $70 for adults; $45 for children; $3 for infants

What to expect: You’ve got the choice of Plymouth or Provincetown when touring with Captain John Boats, which opens its whale watching tours on the Cape in the height of the summer season. Professional marine biologists are onboard to answer questions and talk about the animals seen, along with a cash-only bar for food, alcohol and regular beverages.

The marine biologist program has “proven to be of such outstanding educational value that it now serves as part of the science curriculum in many schools,” read the Provincetown page.

“Imagine yourself within feet of some of the rarest, most graceful mammals in the world,” the Plymouth tour page read.

Tickets for Plymouth can be reserved online here . Tickets for Provincetown can be reserved online here .

Chatham Sport Fishing

Opening date: Contact company for best time to tour and reservations

Cost: $650 for 6-person full boat charter

What to expect: If you’re looking for an option away from the crowds and with optimal viewing, this is one of a few on the list for you. This Chatham trip from the Cape’s outer elbow rounds the tip of South Monomoy Island, then heads east to feeding grounds in Crab Ledge.

Though it’s an area outside of Stellwagen Sanctuary, the site said besides whales, “you never know what you and your family will find offshore, Mola Mola (ocean sunfish), sea turtles and even some white sided dolphins.”

Reservations are required, and can be made by calling 774-722-1336.

Dolphin Fleet Whale Watch

Opening date: April 13

Cost: $75 adults; $65 seniors; $50 children; free for children 4 years and under

What to expect: The Dolphin Fleet Whale Watch out of Provincetown was named “Best Whale Watch: Flukes Down” by Rolling Stone Magazine, according to its site, and is the self-proclaimed “New England’s first and finest whale watch.” It guarantees you will see a whale during the trip and if you don’t, you’ll be issued a new pass for future trips.

“Our sighting percentage is very high regardless of the time of day or month! See our sighting guarantee! Each whale watch is a unique experience and the best time to see the whales is the time that works best with your schedule!” the site reads.

Tickets can be reserved online here , or by calling 800-826-9300.

Hyannis Whale Watcher Cruises

Opening date: May 16

Cost: $75 for adults; $62 for seniors; $55 for children; $3 for infants

What to expect: The trip out of Hyannis will take you up to the Stellwagen Sanctuary for a 3.5-4 hour long cruise, led by captains and narrated by naturalists. The organization has a sighting rate of 99% and 30 years of experience under its belt.

“Now is a great time to visit the shores of Massachusetts in hopes of catching a glimpse of the North Atlantic right whale - keep an eye out for the blow or the tips of their head as they skim feed around the coasts of Massachusetts and Cape Cod Bays!” the site reads.

Labrador Fishing Charters

Opening date: Contact company for best time to tour and for reservations.

Cost: $850 for full boat charter

What to expect: This option for a private charter tour out of Scituate was purported to be unlike any experience a public tour can offer and can show “what life is really like for the whales.” It’s a six-hour trip on the Massachusetts Bay, and the charter company said “sometimes we even run into killer (orca) whales!” on its site.

“Our boat offers customers the opportunity to whale watch at eye level, unlike other whale watching boats that are 15′ above the bay,” the site read.

Tickets can be reserved online here , or by calling 508-498-4716.

New England Aquarium Whale Watch out of Boston Harbor City Cruises

Cost: $70 for adults; $62 for seniors; $50 for children; $5 for children under 2 years

What to expect: Right next to the New England Aquarium is the kickoff for this whale-watching tour through the Stellwagen Sanctuary. Naturalists will be onboard the massive catamaran boats to answer questions about the “truly magnificent mammals.” Sightings are guaranteed — and from inside the “cushy” cabin or out on the deck.

Newburyport Whale Watch

Opening date: May 11

Cost: $67 for adults; $57 for seniors, military, AAA and teachers; $10 for infants. Offers family discounts.

What to expect: Even from the top of the North Shore in Newburyport, you can find plenty of whales. The tour group regularly updates its Facebook page throughout the season with pictures of the massive animals breaching out of the water or otherwise spotted from the boats, showcasing whales of all ages and types.

The tour group has been family owned out of Plum Island for 40 years, its site reads, and tours offer food, drinks and alcohol onboard.

Tickets can be reserved online here , or by calling 800-848-1111.

Plymouth Charters

Opening date: Starting in April. Contact company for best time to tour and reservations.

Cost: 6 person maximum. $170 per hour, 5 hours minimum (total $875 for 5 hours)

What to expect: Another private option for unobstructed views out of Plymouth, there’s a five-hour minimum for this tour. The charter company promises to take you to where the whales are feeding and allows you to add extra hours, if desired.

“See these majestic mammals up close! It’s common to see Right, Humpback, Pilot, & Minke Whales. We also [see] dolphins, Sharks and the occasional Sea Turtle,” the company said on its site.

Reservations can be made online here .

SeaSalt Charters

Cost: $175 per person for shared charter; $775 for private charter up to 6 people

What to expect: A different take on private tours, you can rent this boat out of Provincetown for your own group — but if you’ve got four people or less, you can take a shared charter, pay individually and “make new Whale Watching friends,” the site reads. The boat is smaller than the whales at 28-feet, giving sightseers a truly up-close experience.

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