Gray Whale Watching from Seattle with Stop in Coupeville or Langley on Whidbey Island
For select dates only, Clipper Vacations brings to you Gray Whale Watching departing from downtown Seattle with a 2 hour stop at historic Coupeville or the waterfront village of Langley on Whidbey Island. Gray Whales are magnificent marine mammals reaching up to 50 feet in length and 35 tons. Every year they migrate north from Baja Mexico to Alaska with their calves in tow. Peak season to catch a glimpse of these large mammals in the Puget Sound’s calm waters is March and April and Clipper Vacations offers this exclusive Gray Whale excursion. It will be fun for the whole family.
About This Trip
Including Stop in Coupeville: March 14, 15, 28, 29 & April 11, 12
Including Stop in Langley: March 21, 22 & April 4, 18, 19
Approx. 7 hours
- Round trip cruise between Seattle and Whidbey Island
- Gray Whale and sealife search and viewing
- Onboard naturalist
- 2 hours in Coupeville or Langley
- All applicable taxes
More to Know
Departs from Pier 69, 2701 Alaskan Way, Seattle
- *3 day advance purchase required, regular rates are $75 per adult, $37.50 per child
- Changes or cancellations received more than 7 days prior to scheduled tour origination are charged a 15% amendment/cancellation fee
- Within 7 days prior to travel; the reservation is non-refundable, non-changeable and non-cancelable
- **Children are half of applicable adult fare. Restrictions may apply.
- Pricing in USD
- Whale sightings are not guaranteed
- Subject to change
Depart Seattle via Victoria Clipper III in the morning and cruise the waters of Puget Sound on a Gray Whale watching and sealife search guided by an onboard naturalist. After the approximately 2.5 hour cruise and whale watching excursion, you will dock in Coupeville or Langley, located on Washington’s Whidbey Island.
Visitors to Coupeville can spend 2 hours at the seaport town known for its delicious Penn Cove Mussels. Stop into one of its many excellent restaurants for lunch or swing by the ice cream parlor for a sweet treat. Other features of Coupeville not to be missed are a saloon and the historic red wharf building containing the skeletons of a gray whale, a porpoise and a sea lion. Learn more about historic Coupeville at www.cometocoupeville.com and www.centralwhidbeychamber.com.
Passengers who visit the Langley stop have 2 hours to explore this waterfront village perched on the 60-mile long finger of Whidbey Island. Langley is known as an artists’ mecca with galleries filled with local and regional talent, an eclectic mix of jewelers, antiques, clothing boutiques and book stores. Visitors who have worked up an appetite will also find a wide variety of fun and fine dining options as well as treats and sweets. Learn more about Langley at http://www.visitlangley.com/.
|Saturdays & Sundays: March 14, 15, 21, 22, 28, 29 and April 4, 11, 12, 18, 19|
|8:15-9:00am||Boarding at Pier 69 downtown Seattle|
|9:30am-12:00pm||Cruise and Whale Watching|
|12:00pm||Arrive Coupeville or Langley, Whidbey Island – May arrive/depart 1 hour earlier if determined that whales will be viewed in the afternoon.|
|2:00pm||Depart Coupeville or Langley|
|*Although the overall day should not vary by much, the itinerary will remain somewhat flexible to allow for viewing the whales Northbound or Southbound, or possibly in another area, depending upon spotters and where the whales happen to be feeding on those dates. Times are approximate.|