Gray Whale Watching from Seattle with Stop in Langley on Whidbey Island
A Perfect Weekend Escape and Whale Sightings Guaranteed!
Share the Sound with some 35 ton visitors on a gray whale watching trip from downtown Seattle with a stopover on the in the picturesque town of Langley, WA on Whidbey Island!
Hop aboard the San Juan Clipper, the only whale watching cruise departing directly from downtown Seattle, to catch sight of these magnificent marine mammals that reach up to 50 feet in length. With the guidance of Clipper’s exclusive expert onboard naturalist, you will be on the lookout for these special creatures as they migrate north from Mexico to Alaska with their calves in tow. A unique, limited opportunity to see these amazing creatures! Also a great adventure for a school group or work team outing!
Check out our Clipper Vacations Magazine feature The Ultimate Guide to Seattle Gray Whale Watching to help plan your trip!
About This Trip
Approx. 7 hours
Boarding at Pier 69 downtown Seattle: 8:15 AM – 9:00 AM
Depart Seattle: 9:00 AM
Cruise and Whale Watching: 9:00 AM 12:00 PM
Arrive Langley, Whidbey Island – May arrive/depart 1 hour earlier if determined that whales will be viewed in the afternoon: 12:00 PM
Depart Langley: 2:30 PM
Arrive Seattle: 4:00 PM
*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 where the whales happen to be feeding on those dates. Times are approximate.
- Round trip cruise between downtown Seattle and Whidbey Island
- Gray Whale and sealife search
- Exclusive expert onboard naturalist to help spot whales and educate about whales and other marine life
- Food and beverages available onboard
- 2 hour stop in the picturesque Langley
- 3 great viewing decks onboard
- Binoculars available to rent $5
More to Know
*Advanced Purchase fare requires booking at least 3 days in advance.
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 noncancellable.
Children are half of applicable adult fare. Restrictions may apply.
9.6% Washington state sales tax not included
Whale sightings guaranteed. If we do not see whales on your day excursion, you can take another Gray Whale excursion or San Juan Islands Whale Watching Day Trip for free. The offer will be valid through the 2017 San Juan season.
Pricing in USD.
Subject to change.
Depart Seattle via the San Juan Clipper in the morning and cruise the waters of Puget Sound on a gray whale watching and sealife search guided by an onboard naturalist. After a 2.5 hour cruise and whale watching excursion, you will dock in the picturesque town of Langley, located on Washington’s stunningly scenic Whidbey Island.
You’ll have 2 hours to explore this waterfront village perched on the 60-mile long finger of Whidbey Island. The quaint town is known as an artists’ mecca with galleries filled with local and regional talent, an eclectic mix of jewelers, antiques, clothing boutiques and bookstores as well as the Langley Whale Center. You can even check out some great beer or wine tasting and even glassblowing! If you’ve worked up an appetite, be sure to check out a wide variety of casual and fine dining options as well as treats and sweets. Learn more about Langley at Visit Langley.
NOTE: Please note that there is a small hill that leads from where San Juan Clipper dock up to the town. The walk from the dock to the town is approximately 10 minutes. A small shuttle service will be available if you need assistance ascending or descending the hill to the town.
Saturdays & Sundays
|8:15AM – 9:00AM||Boarding at Pier 69 downtown Seattle|
|9:00AM‑12:00PM||Cruise and Whale Watching|
|12:00PM||Arrive Langley, Whidbey Island – May arrive/depart 1 hour earlier if determined that whales will be viewed in the afternoon.|
|*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.|