Orcas, Humpbacks, Grays & More Highlight Start of 2022 Season

Orcas, Humpbacks, Grays & More Highlight Start of 2022 Season

After a wonderful start of 2022 viewing gray whales in March and April, we have begun our primary whale watching season at our Edmonds, Port Townsend, and (new for 2022!) Port Angeles locations. Now that we have started our regular length tours we’ve been seeing...
Amazing Video of Gray Whale Feeding in Shallow Puget Sound Waters

Amazing Video of Gray Whale Feeding in Shallow Puget Sound Waters

Video and post by PSE photographer/naturalist Bart Rulon. The gray whales we see here in March and April, the Sounders, employ a very unique feeding strategy that is definitely productive but also very risky. Gray whales are bottom feeders, and in Puget Sound they...
We’re Hiring!

We’re Hiring!

Puget Sound Express is growing, and now hiring Captains, Naturalists, & Office Staff. Our customers often remark that we must have great jobs. They are right! Please email resume and cover letter to Sarah Hanke sarah@pugetsoundexpress.com. (P.S. A group of sea...
A Gray Whale Filled Opening Weekend

A Gray Whale Filled Opening Weekend

We had a very successful opening weekend full of gray whales.  In fact we likely set a PSE company record for the number of individual gray whales seen this early in the season.  We managed to spot 8 of the 9 gray whales that have been confirmed in Puget Sound...
2022 Gray Whale Season Set To Begin

2022 Gray Whale Season Set To Begin

See majestic gray whales as they migrate north to Alaska. In March & April these “Sounders” pass through the Salish Sea to feed on ghost shrimp (a handful of grays are already here). Our 10:30am Edmonds departures begin March 5; 10am Port Townsend...
Still Plenty of Whale Sightings this Fall

Still Plenty of Whale Sightings this Fall

As the days get shorter and the temperatures are brisk we are still having some fantastic days on the water this fall.  This is one of my favorite times of the year because there aren’t as many boats out there, but there are still whales around.  We are seeing...