COVID-19 Update: With the lifting of the visitor quarantine on October 15 for those with negative tests, many of our activities are operating or will be soon. Please check our booking calendars.
In this unique on-the-water workshop on Sunday mornings, finetune your camera skills and come away with some amazing photos. A professional wildlife photographer will teach you expert techniques for photographing whales and other marine life, whether you are a novice or more advanced. Digital photos taken by staff during your trip and other favorites are provided afterwards. Continental breakfast is served, along with soda, juices, and water. Whale sightings are guaranteed (97% success rate) or go again for free within 1 year.
Since 1980, the non-profit Pacific Whale Foundation has focused on studying and protecting whales, and marine life and the oceans more broadly, through research and educating the public. PWF's passion and expertise is on full display as certified marine naturalists explain the whales’ social behavior and, when possible, let you listen to whale songs through an underwater hydrophone.
COVID-19 UPDATE: This cruise is currently operating, with passenger capacity reduced by 50% for the foreseeable future. For the safety of staff and guests, enhanced sanitation measures and onboard best practices to reduce contact and maintain social distancing have also been implemented.