- Research & Education
- Cape Cod
Each Dolphin Fleet vessel is specifically designed for whale watching and comfort. The interior cabin has seating for over 100 passengers and the cabin is centrally heated and air-cooled.
Our trips offer 3-4 hour trips guided by our experienced naturalists. A presentation is given on each trip that is geared for both young and old and that is just the start to your adventure.
There is a sundeck on the second level and a walk out platform for viewing on the bow. There are no open rails on the boat, so you’re in the boat, not on it, with ample seating on both upper and lower decks.
A naturalist accompanies every cruise to serving as an interpretive guide to the ecology and natural history of Cape Cod and Massachusetts Bays with emphasis on whales, other marine life and marine birds passengers are likely to see.
With the research collected on board the Dolphin Fleet well over 1,300 humpback whales have been identified since 1975, with this data we can provide our passengers with the personal histories on many of the humpbacks found in our area.
You”ll be out on the open ocean so you should bring sun block, sunglasses, and perhaps some warmer cloths. Wear sneakers or shoes with good traction. We suggest a camera and binoculars for that close up of whales, birds and Provincetown scenery.
At our on board gallery, we serve a complete breakfast menu with eggs, bagels and a number of breakfast specials. The luncheon menu serves items such as pizza, hot dogs, hamburgers, chicken, chowder and chili just to name a few items. Beer, wine and cocktails are also available. Need film or a camera? We carry that too.