To be honest, I participated with half the doubt that I could really see the whale, but I was very excited to see the whale up close.
-Explanation of tour overview and precautions before boarding
-Fisherman's Whaf pier starts at 9:00am
-I was seen off by seals around the pier and headed offshore.
-The staff asks each passenger, "Where are you from?"
-Other than from the United States, Asia, China, Dubai, Australia,,, Japan
-I couldn't see the shadow of the whale for the first two hours away from the pier.
-The captain said, "It's okay, track it with GPS, and whales move in a herd"
- Several passengers are seasick and vomiting, staff support
-11:00am Whale's back, tail fin, squirting, two parallel running sightings
- Once you find it, you will find a whale in a row.
-Passengers start shooting all at once, and telephoto lenses are active.
-The captain's explanation is hot, "The whale dives for 5-6 minutes and appears again"
-Two whale parents and children run side by side, and dolphins run side by side.
-The captain points in the direction of the whale, and the passengers also move on board.
- When I noticed it, it was 12:30. I headed to the pier and arrived at 13:00.
When I returned to the pier, the afternoon passengers were waiting for the boarding.
I participated with half a doubt, but I was very excited to see the whale up close.
The first two hours were boring, but when I finished, it was 4 hours in no time.
This whale watching tour is sure to be very exciting.