About Our New Whale Watches and New Location

We have received numerous emails and calls from customers who are confused about our new location and our new whale watching tours. Many things have changed from last year and we wanted to clear a few things up here so there’s no more confusion.

People want to know if we are still operating 200-person+ whale watches from Fisherman’s Wharf, and the answer is no. This year we wanted to focus on a more personalized, private, and special experience. Most whale watching tours take 200-300 people out at a time, and this often means overcrowded cabins, difficulty seeing whales, and impersonal service. We simply can’t deliver the level of service we want when there are over 200 people on board, and thus have decided to offer only private whale watches this year.

Also please note that we are no longer operating from our previous location on Fisherman’s Wharf. The company that is there now is NOT Alpha Whale Watch and is NOT affiliated with us in any way – don’t be misled! Our whale watches now depart from MacMillan Wharf in Provincetown – NOT Fisherman’s Wharf!

Hope that helps to clear up some confusion. If you have any other questions, feel free to send us an email or call 508-221-5920. We’ll also be adding a frequently asked questions page here soon!

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6 Responses to “About Our New Whale Watches and New Location”

  1. Joe,
    My family will be at the Cape in Aug. this summer. There could be 10 of us, does that mean we have to go on the Portugese Princess? What does the trip cost?
    Hope you’re having a great summer!

    Pam Kilroy - July 20th, 2009 at 1:13 AM

  2. Hi! I live in Falmouth and am having guests for the weekend of July31st-August 2nd. It is my daughter’s roommates from college and their moms, some of whom have never been to the Cape. My husband and I have taken our daughters on the big whale watches and were very disappointed so when I saw the website for your boat I thought it would be perfect for our girls’ weekend. Could your boat accommodate 10 people…………. 5 beautiful and recently graduated 22 year old’s and their still(or so we like to think) beautiful moms? Since we live in Falmouth and they will be here on Friday night, we could be in P-town early Saturday morning on August 1st for an early whale watch.Could you also advise me of the cost per person? Thanks so much and I look forward to hearing from you. 🙂

    Jan Kelley - July 25th, 2009 at 7:43 AM

  3. Looking for two people to join our excursion on July 13th at 9:00 a.m. Email me to join us. We have four going just need 2 more to join us.

    Jacki Jensen - July 6th, 2010 at 10:32 AM

  4. Two of us in town 10-17 July and would like to share a boat, and cost.

    Debbie - July 9th, 2010 at 7:58 AM

  5. Hi
    We spoke earlier this week about a private sail at sunrise
    The cost was a bit more than we could handle
    Did you find anyone else to join at that time?
    If not what other times might you go out with other people and what would that cost be….this would be for Wed August 11th ….my birthday 😉
    We will be traveling to PTown tomorrow please call at 631-525-7765

    Vicki Mona - August 8th, 2010 at 10:46 PM

  6. Hi i will be coming to the cape Aug.31-Sept.2 do you have any trips scheduled for this period? How much would it cost and what is your boat like (any pics?) + How long is the trip? I assume you go to the Stellwagen marine sanctuary like the other boats (best bet) . Thanks.

    Prabal - August 23rd, 2010 at 10:02 AM