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Cape May Whale Watcher
Whale Watching Tour Agency
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1218 Wilson Dr Cape May, NJ 08204
1218 Wilson DriveUSNew JerseyCape May08204
Whale Watching Tour Agency, Boat Tour AgencyToday 9:00 am – 6:30 pm
Monday 9:00 am – 6:30 pmTuesday 9:00 am – 6:30 pmWednesday 9:00 am – 6:30 pmThursday 9:00 am – 6:30 pmFriday 9:00 am – 6:30 pmSaturday 9:00 am – 6:30 pmSunday 9:00 am – 6:30 pm

The 110 foot Cape May Whale Watcher has been whale and dolphin watching in the Cape May, Wildwood, Stone Harbor, Atlantic City and the rest of the New Jersey Shore area since 1993. We have also been history cruising in conjuction with the Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts since 1993.

We continue this long history with the all new 110 foot air-conditioned Spirit of Cape May. We offer the largest and fastest marine mammal watching boats in New Jersey and the only boats with the never expiring marine mammal sighting guarantee. We have been Dinner Cruising since 1994. We offer our PRIME RIB Dinner CRUISE Buffet Upgrade on our Sunset cruise, as well as our Famous Lighthouse Cruises.

Sailing from March until December from the Miss Chris Marina Dock in Cape May, NJ- with Daily Fishing, Boat Rentals, Kayak Rentals and Tours, Bird Watching Tours, and the Dancing Dolphin Gift Shop and Picnic Area. Enjoy free parking and do not hesitate to call us.

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"The portions on the prime rib were very generous, and the rolls were great."
"Saw groups of dolphins but no whales."
"Spend your hard earned cash with a more professional tour company."
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Sean Pfeifer
8 months ago
We love coming here every summer and have now gone out on the water 4 times with this great company! We've been on other dolphin watching boats and none can compare with the Cape May Whale Watcher! The knowledge of the sea life and history of the area that the captain explains during the tour keeps you engaged the entire trip and makes for a great tour!! Oh and the dolphins !!! We've see a ton of dolphins on our trips and we've even seen whales twice!!! The first time we saw the whales come up for air and spouts of water bursting into the air and just this weekend we saw one of two spotted whales raising his tail out of the water and slapping the surface !! What an experience! If you're visiting the Wildwood or Cape May area this is a must do!! Enjoy :-)
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Barbara Luo
a year ago
Me and my dog Shadow went to Cape May Whale Watch today(11/02/2013). Beautiful weather. Saw groups of dolphins but no whales. 3-hour-trip was fun. The crew was very friendly. Pet friendly ship <-- I love it.
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Joe Peregrin
2 years ago
Wow! My wife and I purchased five vouchers for ourselves, a friend, and her two young children to take a whale and dolphin watching cruise. While our friend is a local, she had never been on a whale and dolphin watching cruise. We boarded the boat and had taken our seats for the 1:00pm, three hour whale and dolphin cruise. The two little ones, ages 2 and 6 loved the trip. And while the two year old was fascinated with the the handle on a security gate on-board and would keep running over to the handle to move it up and down, the staff was pleasant and hospitable, and made us feel like part of their family. There is something for everyone on board the Cape May Whale Watcher boat rides. While we enjoyed a spectacular view of what must have been hundreds of dolphins; unfortunately, there were no whales to be spotted, despite the best efforts of our captain. Historical footnotes and anecdotes from a knowledgeable captain led to an enjoyable cruise by this history buff. A full snack bars with soft drinks and adult beverages is on-board for passengers to enjoy. The hospitality from Cape May Whale Watcher is amazing. Clean, friendly staff with plenty of attentive, free parking. Quaint gift shop full of a variety of curiosities. It is obvious that the Cape May Whale Watcher is run by a very involved family that takes great pride in their operation through the great upkeep of their vessels, the attention to detail, and the friendliness of their professional staff. We shall return in hopes of spotting a whale. Perhaps next year we will reserve the evening dinner cruise. One thing is certain, we will only leave port on board the red boats of the Cape May Whale Watcher.
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Lutfur Bhuiya
8 months ago
They don't honor the tickets they sell on their own website.
ingridc72
7 months ago
I am rating this a one star, if it were up to me, I would rate it none. The reason for my low rating is because the "captain"/owner is a really rude person and his wife makes excuses for him as to why he is rude. Really? Berating your customers has an excuse? When we went to complain that the, ehem, "captain" was rude and called me names because I wasn't moving fast enough for him (I was trying to let a family in front of me pass) he got out of his chair and started yelling at me, never thinking that calling his customers names, like ridiculous, was wrong, in fact he never even tried to apologize, and the wife just made more excuses for him. It's too bad that this is the "experience" we walked away with. I will never give them my business again, there are other whale watching companies in Cape May, I would recommend instead. Simply stay away, they are undeserving of your business too.
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Patric Parris
a year ago
I went there on a cold rainy Tuesday in June. The interior was heated and the captain made the trip entertaining. It was a fun night out. The portions on the prime rib were very generous, and the rolls were great. I was told they are home made. The captain has a lot to say, and many dolphins are seen, but no whales. I would have preferred to change my day, but there are no schedule changes once you book so be careful to check the weather first. I am sure the sunset would have been breathtaking on a good weather day. This is a family business, and they really care about what they do.
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Kirth Patel
9 months ago
They do not pick up the phone. Tried calling million times, the lady picks up and rams the receiver down. STAY AWAY!
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Cassandra badie
4 months ago
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The Cape May Whale Watcher is all shined up, painted up, and ready for her first trip. Looking forward to 2015 season.
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The new Documentary Blackfish is an eye-opening film about Orcas (killer whales in captivity. It is worth checking out! 
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Lunge feeding humpback whale
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Ready for our first trip in March
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The whale watching for 2014 has been excellent!
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Another great day for whale and dolphin watching. We now have three reports of humpback whales on the area!
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Looks like our first trip is scheduled for March 16, 2013
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