Large numbers of finback whales have been feeding in Cape Cod bay over the last week. Our trip on Friday April 22 had sightings of over 14 finbacks working the southern waters of the bay. We also had a mother, calf humpback visiting Provincetown harbor. This is not uncommon for us because of the deep waters along the shore-line. There have also been sightings of right whales in the bay as well as along the ocean shoreline from Provincetown to Eastham. The white-sided dolphins are also in the area giving us great looks at them as they play in our wake or ride the pressure wave created by the bow of the boat.Scattered numbers of harbor porpoise have been seen on a regular basis as well. If you want to see a variety of different species nows the time
We are excited to announce we are open and running trips daily! Advanced reservations are recommended as we are running trips at a reduced capacity.
At Dolphin Fleet, we want all our passengers to know we are doing our part to protect you, our staff, and community. Your safety and well-being is the number one priority while with us. Dolphin Fleet has developed additional protocols and procedures to maintain a safer environment for our staff and guests during this time.
We are requiring all passengers (over the age of 2) to wear face masks on the vessel. Passengers without masks will not be allowed to board; this is for the safety of everyone. At this time no coolers, food, or beverages will be allowed onboard, with the exception of infant needs. Please visit our COVID-19 Policies and Procedures for more information. We are excited to see you soon and get out on the water for our 45th whale watch season!
Please note new travel restrictions from the state of Massachusetts effective August 1, 2020 – details here: http://COVID-19 Travel Order