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Half-Day Whale Watching Cruise

990 N Harbor Dr
San Diego, CA 92101
619.234.4111
http://www.flagshipsd.com/whale-watching

Region: Downtown

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Date: December 14, 2014 - April 19, 2015

Time: 9:00 AM to 5:00 AM
Go on a whale watching adventure today with the experts from Flagship Cruises & Events and Birch Aquarium at Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UC San Diego, in San Diego and witness the journey of one of the animal kingdom’s greatest migrators.

Price: Monday-Friday:
Adults - $38
Seniors/Military - $33
Ages 4-12 - $19

Saturday-Sunday:
Adults - $43
Seniors/Military - $38
Ages 4-12 - $22
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Go on a whale watching adventure today with the experts from Flagship Cruises & Events and Birch Aquarium at Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UC San Diego, in San Diego. Climb aboard Flagship's Marrietta or Patriot Jet Boat to witness the journey of one of the animal kingdom's greatest migrators, the Pacific Gray Whale, up close and personal! 

Expert Aquarium naturalists from Birch Aquarium are available on each of the daily whale watching tours to provide live, educational narration. Embark on a journey along the San Diego coast and see whales, dolphins, sea lions, seals and other marine life!

Benefits of Whale Watching With Flagship

  • Tax, service charge and landing fee included!
  • Get 10% for up to 6 adults with coupon code SDTAWW10
  • Two half day cruises daily boarding at 9:15 AM and 1:00 PM
  • One 40 minute cruise Sat & Sun on the Patriot Jet Boat
  • Educational live narration by the experts from Birch Aquarium at Scripps 
  • Onboard snack bar and restrooms
  • Plentiful open air outdoor seating 
  • Sightseeing tour of the San Diego Harbor and landmarks with commentary

The Flagship Guarantee

If no whales are sighted on your cruise, you and your entire party will receive vouchers to ride again for free! 

Gray Whale Description

The Pacific Gray whale usually reaches around 45 ft in length at maturity, and weighs 66,000 pounds. As their name suggests, the Pacific Gray whale is usually a mottled gray color, although they are often covered with parasites such as barnacles and orange whale lice. On older whales the original slate color is almost obscured due to these parasites as well as scars, causing their snouts and back to appear like crusty ocean rocks.

These whales are baleen omnivores. There are typically 130 - 180 baleen plates on each side of their mouth that they use to filter the food they catch. The gray whale has no dorsal fin. Instead, they possess a series of six-twelve dorsal knuckles on the rear portion of the back, making them easy to identify. 

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