Great whales! On Thursday we still had a large number of whales close to Provincetown, the tip of Cape Cod. 7-9 humpback whales where spotted. This included some of our old friends like Salt, tulip and her calf, Coral and liner just to name a few. Minke whales also surrounded the area working the surface of the water for the small sand ells. We estimated 10-15 minke whales in all. Sightings of finback whales where very important as well. This whale, the second largest animal on earth was also seen feeding on the surface with its speedy lunges. 7-10 finbacks where also sighted during the day. Reports of white –sided dolphins in the area of Cape Cod bay where also known.
If your interested in something different this year try our dinner cruise before you leave the Cape. Trip departs Friday evenings at 5:45. Don’t forget to reserve space and select your entrée.
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