Throughout the year these magnificent leviathans grace our coastline. During the summer months of July and August we find Humpbacks near our shores feeding on the abundant baitfish that school here. In the winter, starting mid November and lasting till the end of January the California grey whales migrate past or waters heading south to breed and give birth in the warm lagoons of Mexico. In spring (March to May) we have another opportunity to observe them as they return north on one of the longest migrations of any animal on earth to their primary feeding grounds in the arctic sea. A voyage of over 10,000 miles per year!
What sets a Central Coast Sailing Charters whale watching trip apart from the others is that we are a sailing vessel. We can travel silently near the whales so they are less disturbed than they are by power vessels. Also since no whale watching trip can guarantee that you will see whales sometimes it is all about the journey and at Central Coast Sailing Charters we can promise that you will have a fun adventure sailing aboard our 44 ft yacht. As with all of our trips the group size is limited to 6 people so we can talk about the animals we are seeing and everyone has a front row seat when we find a whale to observe.
Whale watching trips can be reserved for anytime we have space. Please visit our Facebook page "Central Coast Charters" for up to the minute information and pictures of the Whales. Please call and we will create a trip to fit your schedule if possible.
Whale Watching trips are set up as private charters for $175 per hour for up to 6 people. ONLY $29 PER PERSON PER HOUR (6 person minimum)with just you
and your friends gently sailing the bay and visiting with the great whales. These private trips include snacks and drinks. 2 hr minimum required for trips that run before 5 pm. Trips returning
after 5 pm are $200 per hour for each hour after 5 pm.
Please call us at (805) 540-4667 to make your reservation.
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