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Cape Ann Whale Watch, Gloucester, MA 1476

Visit Stellwagon Bank to view the incredible whales off Provincetown. Stellwagon Bank is the prime viewing spot for whales in the eastern United States. We may view Minke, finback, right, and humpback whales, as well as dolphines, porpoises and seals.  Enjoy a narrated talk on board the boat by a marine biologist. Prior to the whale watch, we will have time for lunch in Gloucester. Trip includes motor coach transportation, escort, and whale watch. Maps and lunch recommendations will be provided. Lunch is on your own. What to bring: camera - don't forget to charge your battery and bring an extra memory card; sweater or jacket - it's always cooler out on the water; sneakers or rubber soled shoes - no heels, please!; sunglasses - polarized sunglasses are best; hat and sunscreen.

Cost for this trip includes a non-refundable, but transferable (to another person) fee. Everyone must pay the full tuition. No tuition waivers apply. On rare occasions the bus company may cancel a trip due to severe weather conditions. Children under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult. All bus trips have scheduled departure and return times that are strictly followed. It is your responsibility to be at the bus on time going to and from your trip destination. Participants who miss the bus on the scheduled departure time will be responsible for arranging and financing their own transportation. Reminder: Absolutely no drinking of alcoholic beverages allowed on the bus.

Sessions:  1
Date:  7/20/2019
Meeting Time:  Saturday 9:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Location:  DOT Commuter Parking Lot 475 Hartford Road, Route 71 (across from Target), NB
Instructor:  Lucy Ochocki
Fees: 
$95.00   (Class Fee)
16 Seats Available
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