Close-up views of eight to eleven fin and humpback whales and dozens of impressive water spouts on a cold and windy December afternoon aboard the Cape May Whale Watcher. Large professionally-piloted vessel with clean restrooms and above-average snack bar. An out-of-season trip means you'll need to dress appropriately for conditions on the open water; multiple layers with a fleece jacket and a hooded windproof shell, heavy gloves and a cap that won't blow off your head. As always, pack lip balm, sunglasses and sun screen. If the exposed upper deck isn't your style, the vessel has a large comfortable heated cabin that seats 80 persons. A limited number of binoculars are available for rental but if you can bring your own pair along with a camera. The experienced crew is knowledgeable but your trip will definitely be more enjoyable if you do a little background research beforehand. The website is accurate, informative and easy to navigate and the friendly owners are just a phone call away.
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