Added COVID-19 statement: Thank you for supporting us!
Luckily whale watching is an ‘outdoor’ activity and on our vessels you will not be enclosed behind plexiglass windows. Our larger zodiac motor vessels (33 and 36 feet) have a ‘big boat’ feel but retain an intimate feel with the wildlife. Being larger than the standard 24 foot zodiacs, we have extra space for our guests, along with added safety gear such as the life rafts, life jackets and position locator AIS which allow us to legal go further offshore where the whales are often located. Hand sanitizer will be used and we will be doing a deep cleaning with appropriate sanitizing cleaner. There may be screening questions prior to boarding related to COVID-19 prevention and face covering (mask) may be required. Book individually or call regarding discounted private charter prices with your ‘BUBBLE group!’ .
We thank you for your patience and understanding during this challenging time. Hope you all stay safe and healthy.
Historic Saint Andrews, NB, Canada
Since 2004, we have helped over 125,000 people from around the world experience a slice of life through, wondrous, exhilarating, soul-fulfilling whale watching adventures in the spectacular Bay of Fundy.
Choose between the famous Historic Jolly Breeze Tall Ship and one of our VIP motor vessels or experience both adventures!
Voyage past sunning seals, lighthouses and beautiful landscapes to the playground of the porpoise and majestic whales of the Bay of Fundy. Successful encounters with whales exceeds 96% over the past years and report of stomach upset is extremely rare (1 in 3000).
The world’s highest tides occur twice-daily and stir up a bounty of food in the Bay of Fundy. This attracts several species of whales during the season from mid June to the end of October.
Extend your stay and take the water taxi over to the remote Campobello Island, visit Roosevelt’s International Park, take a guided van tour of the island and experience island life first hand. (See Roosevelt’s Tab).
Sailors since 1993, Joanne and Robert Carney welcome you aboard.