Dana Point Whale Watching is a blog produced by Captain Dave’s Dolphin and Whale Watching Safari. Located in Dana Point, California, Captain Dave offers daily, year-round dolphin and whale watching trips let by experienced marine naturalists on the most unique whale watching catamaran in the world with underwater viewing pods, hydrophone, live broadcasting and Mrs. Capt. Dave’s famous triple fudge brownies.
We have the most unique dolphin and whale watching boat in the world! Bring the entire family and get up-close and personal with mega-pods of wild dolphins, Gray Whales (Dec. – April), Blue Whales (May – Oct.), Humpback whales, Fin Whales, and even Killer Whales. Southern California has the greatest density of dolphins per square miles of anywhere on earth based on NOAA estimates. And according to Cascadia Research we have the largest concentration of Blue Whales on the planet. 19,000 Gray Whales pass by Dana Point every year on their annual winter migration.
Be one of the pod in the world’s only Eye to Eye Underwater Viewing Pods! And see dolphins up close from our three Eye-Spy Dolphin Nets. Hear the animals too, with a research quality underwater hydrophone, while an experienced marine naturalist shares a collection of marine mammal artifacts and narrates how these animals live. Mrs. Captain Dave’s yummy Triple Fudge Brownies are served on every safari.
Family and friends can watch your trip live at whalewatchingtv.com! Our production quality cameras broadcast the world’s first and only live whale watching feed on the web every day.
Departures daily. Reservations are strongly recommended. Please call us at (949) 488-2828 or reserve online.
An award winning filmmaker, author, and whale disentangler, Captain Dave Anderson is a leader in ocean wildlife education and was recently featured on Eye on L.A., the Today Show, CBS This Morning and the Ellen Show.
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