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Whale Watching With San Pedro Special

The opportunity to see whales is truly breathtaking. Keep in mind that the San Pedro Special is an open boat with an unobstructed views; while this is perfect for prime whale watching, it also means you should dress appropriately. The weather can change quickly in Morro Bay and can sometimes get cold during a whale watching tour, so be sure to dress warmly and in layers. You will also want to bring sunscreen, a hat, something to drink.
Our trips depart daily during the summer months with weather permitting. Winter trips vary in departure days and time, so calling our office is the best way to get the current schedule. Keep in mind that this is nature that we are observing and we try our very best to provide a great trip for everyone aboard.

If the Captain deems the weather to be unsafe for the tour, we will reschedule your whale watching trip or give you a full refund.
Whale Watching in Morro Bay

Humpback Whales in Morro Bay

The Central Coast of California is a part-time home to the Central Coast Humpback Whale, which feeds in the nutrient-rich waters of Central California from May through October, before traveling south to Mainland Mexico to mate or give birth during the winter. The Humpbacks are natural acrobats and tend to breech, or jump out of the water, more often than other whale species. They particularly enjoy showing off their tail as they dive into the ocean in search of sardines, anchovies or krill
Humpback Whales in Morro Bay The humback whales can also be seen slapping their flippers, spouting, sounding, tail-lobbing, lunge feeding, and spy-hopping. These amazing creatures seem to have lots of fun!

California Gray Whales on the Central Coast

California Gray Whales can be found near Morro Bay from December through April, as they travel from the Bering Sea down the coast to their breeding grounds in Baja, Mexico and back.
During this migration, more than 23,000 Gray Whales pass by the Central Coast southbound to mate and give birth in the warmer waters of Baja. Then, in March, you can watch the whales begin to head north again, and you may even be lucky enough to see some calves making their first journey with their mothers. California Gray Whales in Morro Bay

Blue Whales on the Central Coast

During the summer months in Morro Bay, we will also sometimes see blue whales. These creatures are the world’s largest animal and can measure up to 100 feet and weigh up to 400,000 pounds.
Blue Whales in Morro Bay Blue whales primarily feed on krill, which is what attracts them to the central coast.  The last couple of years have been great for seeing Blue Whales.  The spout of a blue whale is much taller and straighter as opposed to the V-shaped spout of the humpback whales.


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WHALE WATCHING TOURS:

Port – Morro Bay Landing
Passengers Max. – 44
Price – $40/adult - $25/child $35/senior 
Length – 2 Hours

MARINE LIFE:

Humpbacks
Grey Whales
Blue Whales
Otters
Sea Lions
Dolphins
Seals
Pelicans



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