Gray Whale Adventure From Seattle (April 8, 9, 22 & 23)

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Gray Whale Adventure From Seattle (April 8, 9, 22 & 23)
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Gray Whale Adventure From Seattle (April 8, 9, 22 & 23) says
Only two weekends left to see them! Each spring, majestic gray whales migrate from Mexico to Alaska in a challenging 10,000-mile journey passing through the Strait of Juan de Fuca and Puget Sound. Welcome these 35 ton visitors to the Puget Sound on a Seattle whale watching day trip with a stopover to explore historic Langley on Whidbey Island.

Clipper’s expert onboard naturalist will spot and identify whales, helping guide and educate passengers throughout the excursion. Leaving in the morning and arriving back in Seattle by late afternoon, this is a great day trip for friends, family, school groups and team outings!

Space is limited and will sell out. Book early for best availability and best rate. Starting at $65 adult / kids $32.50.

April 8 (SOLD OUT), 9, 22 and 23, 2017

- Round trip cruise between downtown Seattle and Whidbey Island
- Gray Whale and sealife search
- Exclusive expert onboard naturalist to help spot whales and educate about whales and other marine life
- Food and beverages available onboard
- 2 hour stop in the picturesque Langley
- 3 great viewing decks onboard
- Binoculars available to rent $5


LEARN MORE ON CLIPPER VACATIONS MAGAZINE: We ♥ Whales: The Ultimate Guide to Seattle Gray Whale Watching -

*If we do not see whales on your day excursion, you can take another Gray Whale excursion or San Juan Islands Whale Watching Day Trip for free. The offer will be valid through the 2017 San Juan season.
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By: Victoria Clipper