Go Whale Watching and See Gray Whales in Puget Sound

Gray Whale

Puget Sound Express is excited to offer our customers the opportunity to see the annual migration of gray whales in Puget Sound waters March 5-April 30, 2011. Each spring, majestic gray whales migrate from the southern waters near Baja, California north to Alaska. During March, and April they pass through the Strait of Juan de Fuca and Puget Sound, providing an excellent opportunity to visit and learn about these whales.

Our spring tours leave Port Townsend at 10:00 am and travel south near Everett, WA. Trip length is approximately 4 to 5 hours and the waters that we travel in are protected and usually calm.

Please note that the tour must have a minimum of 15 passengers for a departure. And like all of our 4-hour whale watching tours – we guarantee you will see whales! If we head out and you do not see any whales, our staff will issue a voucher good for any four hour tour we offer.

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