Whale Watching

Adult 13+
$75
Child - Ages 5 to 12
$50
Small Child - 4 & Under
Free

2020 Season Open for Booking! Begins July 11th!

Join the Viking Fleet and CRESLI (Coastal Research and Education Society of Long Island) on a true family adventure! We will pass the Montauk lighthouse looking for whales, dolphin, turtles and seabirds in their natural environment.  A qualified marine biologist will narrate the tour and answer all of your questions. Please remember to bring sunblock, a hat, a layer and sunglasses. Food and beverages are available for purchase onboard! This trip sails aboard the Viking Starship starting Saturday, July 11th and ending Sunday, September 6th from 2 pm to 7 pm. We are only sailing on Saturdays in July. We are hoping to sail Sunday, Wednesday and Saturday in August thru Sept 6th. Reservations are Required. Parking is free.

 


2020 – Off Shore Great South Channel Whale Watch – CANCELLED
We are still at 100% success at finding whales on our offshore trips.
We have now had 1342 humpback encounters in our trips to the Great South Channel, Stellwagen Bank, and locally. and we have photo-identified 519 different humpback whales during these trips.
July 19-21, 2020 (36 hours)

Great South Channel Trip


Leave from the Viking Landing in Montauk at 7:00 PM on Sunday and proceed to the GSC.
We should reach the whale grounds around day break, spend the next 12 hours among the whales and birds of the GSC. Return to Montauk at 4:00 AM on the following Tuesday
Costs:
  • $300 for CRESLI members; $325 for non-members
  • Children 6 – 12 are half price
  • Under 6 are free
The vessel:

Viking Starship (140 foot LOA), leaving from the Viking Landing in Montauk Harbor.  Parking available for the duration of your trip.

Sleeping accommodations:

Sleeping Accommodations: Open bunks on the main and lower decks; sleeping bags are suggested

Meals:

Excellent food can be purchased from the galley, or bring your own food.

Information, reservations, and payment can be made by calling CRESLI at 631-319-6003 to inquire.
www.cresli.org
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