in Oregon There's always a chance to
see Gray whales along the Oregon coastline since
they migrate twice a year, winter and spring
with some of them feeding along the coast during
the summer months. Although not as plentiful
in the area, Humpback whales, Sperm whales,
Blue whales and Minke whales can also be occassionally
Premier whale watching on the Oregon coast! Running
daily trips (weather permitting) out for ocean
sightseeing and to see the whales. Departure times
change daily so call in the morning for that days
departure times. Their fifty foot Delta is certified to carry 34 passengers for cruising and is capable of making 22 knots. She has a comfortable heated cabin, two restrooms and is equipped with all the latest safety equipment. If you prefer a big boat for space and comfort the Samson is the best.
of the best kept secrets in Oregon is that there
are traveling and resident California Gray Whales
along the Central Oregon Coast most of the year!
Combine a scenic coast tour with the excitement
of seeing 40-ton gray whales up close on the Pacific
Ocean. Whale-watching Excursion is normally scheduled
from 8 AM to 5:30 PM.
Discovery Tours offers narrated ocean and bay
cruises with naturalist guides along the Historic
Bayfront District in Newport Oregon. Offering
the finest accommodations on the Oregon Coast
for viewing whales and other sea life, their boat
DISCOVERY is equipped with the latest audio-visual
aids including big screen television for viewing
microscopic marine life, satellite locator maps
and nature videos.
Parks and Recreation Department park rangers are
ready at the Whale Watching Center in Depoe Bay
to answer your questions and help you find whales
to watch. The center is a perfect spot for visitors
to locate and watch whales as they blow, dive,
spyhop and breach. Whale watching takes place
almost year-round on the Oregon Coast.
Located on U.S. 101 along the seawall in Depoe