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July 8, 2018

What is the difference between an ‘Eco Whale Cruise’ and ‘Whale Watch Cruise’?

What is the difference between an ‘Eco Whale Cruise’ and ‘Whale Watch Cruise’?

What is the difference between an ‘Eco Whale Cruise’ and ‘Whale Watch Cruise’?

This is one of our most frequently asked questions. Yes, there is a difference!

Jervis Bay Whale Cruise

 

Are very popular whale watching cruises that take place on board our vessels – Explorer I and Explorer II. Most of our whale watching cruises depart on our these vessels. Explorer I & Explorer II allow our passengers to travel out the whales nice and quick, so you spend as much time as possible viewing and learning about the majestic travelling humpbacks.

Our ‘Jervis Bay Whale Cruise’ gets you up close and personal with our majestic ‘Jervis Bay Whales’ in the quickest possible time.

The duration of the Jervis bay Whale Cruise is 2 hours and offer you a smooth sturdy ride.

The vessels are open and allow you to feel the breeze to have a true ocean experience. In the case of wet and windy weather we have clear windows that can be closed on Explorer I and Explorer II has an under cover area to help keep passengers as comfortable as possible.

 

For all of our whale cruises, we strongly recommend that you bring a warm jumper and even gloves and a beanie as the conditions can be quite cool out on the water.

For more tips about Whale Watching – click the hyperlink

"It was the best day we all had, together, in Australia"

To all the crew; Glenn(skipper), Michelle and Therese, we from Singapore thank you very much for the great experience and the friendly service given to all of us. It was the best day we all had, together, in Australia.