Dolphin Fleet Whale Watch, Provincetown

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Dolphin Fleet Whale Watch operates four motor vessels (100-foot and larger) out of the port of Provincetown from April to November with the express purpose of providing expertly guided trips out to Cape Cod Bay and Stellwagen National Marine Sanctuary to view marine wildlife including humpback whales and calves, fin back whales, dolphins, basking sharks, sea turtles and pelagic birds which live at sea. Group tours and student field trips are a speciality.
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  • This was one of the better whale watch tours I have been on. The location on the tip of the cape makes it very fast to get to where there are whales. We began sighting whales in what felt like... 
    This was one of the better whale watch tours I have been on. The location on the tip of the cape makes it very fast to get to where there are whales. We began sighting whales in what felt like...  more »
  • I went out on this watch hoping to see just one whale, but I returned having seen 6. The captain did an amazing job maneuvering the boat to get us the best views. The crew was very knowledgeable, as.....  more
    I went out on this watch hoping to see just one whale, but I returned having seen 6. The captain did an amazing job maneuvering the boat to get us the best views. The crew was very knowledgeable, as.....  more »
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  • Great crew and boat! Got to see 7 humpbacks feeding, which was incredible. Obviously, every trip will be unique but the naturalist was very knowledgeable and interesting. Make sure to bundle up though, it gets cold on the water
  • Amazing!!! Look people these are animals. You will most likely see a Whale, however the amount of action and displays put on by the whales varies with each trip. As well as the type of Whales. Most whales you see are Humpbacks, however the day before our trip the guide said they seen 2 northern atlantic right whales which are endangered. We saw 8 humpbacks and the last one was doing some fin slaps and such which was awesome! The guide was extremely knowledgeable and able to answer side questions etc about the animals. Boat was decent...watch for the diesel fumes though, sometimes it helps to go on opposite side for fresh air. I cant blame the boat though that's just part of it. Easy boarding and departure process.

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