April 23, 2018

Whale Watching Season

Whale Watching Season

Whale Watching Season 2018 is just around the corner!

We are excitedly anticipating the beginning of the upcoming Whale Watching Season. As our passengers and staff can attest, last year was nothing short of extraordinary!

We were lucky enough to have special encounters with well over 1000 whales on their migration. With an estimated 30 000, Whales migratating along the East Coast of Australia- INCREDIBLE! Our sightings, were mainly Humpback, a few Minke and Southern Rights!

The were a greater number sighted travelling quickly north to the warm waters of tropical Queensland than any other year to date. The returning south travelling whales, were in much less of a rush and we witnessed many relaxing, resting and playful whales visiting Jervis Bay. Consisting mostly of mother and calf groups, on one day there were 16 whales recorded inside Jervis Bay!!

Stay tuned to learn more about Whales and our cruises.

We can’t wait to start seeing the Whales and YOU on board with us,  click here to book.

"I really respect that the whale was more important than us"

Arrived just in time from our overnight stay in Canberra to go on the cruise. We got to see two whales swimming and breaching. Was a spectacular sight. The operators stayed what I though was a decent distance from the whales and when they had gone into the bay and another operator went in further than we did our guy decided that we would move away to give the whales space to get out of the bay. I really respect that the whale was more important that us . Well done