Blue Dolphin Exclusive Whale Encounter

Multiple Locations

Be one of the few, not the many, to experience their award winning Exclusive Full Day Whale Watch (late July to October).

For an up close and personal experience that you will never forget, see the magnificent humpback whale from the uncrowded deck of Blue Dolphin. As one of the smallest vessels and a luxury sailing catamaran, you will experience the trip of a lifetime. See the whales eye to eye and listen as your skipper shares his 30 years experience working with marine mammals. A whale immersive platform for those who wish to see a whale eye to eye underwater.

Carrying a maximum of 24 people, your day on Blue Dolphin will be an intimate and personal tour. Take your time, slow down and take an enjoyable day to see the whales. The Blue Dolphin is a modern luxury 38 foot sailing catamaran, offering wide flat decks and room for all to see. WiFi available and hydrophone onboard.

The full day tour includes morning tea, lunch (with a drink included), and afternoon tea. Eco-adventure and Sunset sail operate outside of the whale season. Their quality and experience sets them apart from the rest.

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Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.

Our Tours

Exclusive Whale Watch Encounter

Be one of the few, not the many. For an up close and personal experience that you will never forget, see the magnificent humpback whale from the uncrowded deck of Blue Dolphin. As one of the smallest vessels and a luxury sailing catamaran you will experience the trip of a lifetime. See the whales eye to eye and listen as your skipper can share his 30 years experience with marine mammals.

For that extra special encounter try their immersive experience on their platform that can be at water level or under water where you can look a whale in the eye.

Carrying only a maximum of 24 people your day on Blue Dolphin will an intimate and personal tour. The full day tour includes morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea. Brand new vessel launched in 2011, low carbon footprint, responsible whale watching

Blue Dolphin is also available for your special and exclusive charters.

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