Great story CBS2’s Lisa Rozner has the latest on New York’s efforts to clean local waters, which have already seen the local whale population increase. Join us to see them only a few weeks of perfect boating weather left!
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We had a large film crew from Rutgers University with us on this trip they filmed our naturalist Danielle M. Brown, M.S.
PhD student studying humpback whale foraging ecology, Lead Humpback Whale Researcher with
, stranding response/necropsy volunteer
We had many opportunities to photograph breaching whale, feeding whale, logging whale moves join us on our next trip Sunday July 28th We leave from Belmar marina at 1:30pm.
This is an amazing experience we had a few birthday parties on the boat also
Brand new program starting July 2019!
The Jersey Shore Whale watch is the only whale watching boat that we know of to offer whale Checks. A whale check is our guarantee and commitment to you. If you come out on a paid trip with us and we are unable to see any whales, you will get to come back this season for free to have another opportunity to see them. While we do see whales very often (Over 96% of the time), we sometimes get unlucky, and that is why we came up with whale checks to truly guarantee our customers a chance at seeing a whale. We go even further in 2020 if we need to extend the trip to find the whale we will, only three times in 2020 did we not seen a whale!
Our trips along the coastline of New Jersey are educational and a relaxing day on the ocean. See you soon, any questions call us at 732.451.6003
Some tips and tricks for our whale watch.