My 4 boys and I are only in Anacortes until tomorrow (6/22/17) is there a whale watching tour in the morning
I'm wondering how clients tend to do with sea-sickness? Is it a problem for some or is it generally calm enough that it doesn't really pose an issue?
Do your vessels ever directly approach wildlife? What safety measures are taken to ensure the least amount of disturbance to the animals?
I'm in the area visiting friends for the week and I hear this tour is a must. Only thing we are debating is in our group we have two three year olds and a 1 &1/2 year old and we are aware the Anacortes trip is 5-6 hrs....think they are too young for this? (Aware that's a loaded question lol)
I would like to know what is the best time in the day to do the tour morning or afternoon (during Aug)?
and what is recommneded for tour length 2 hours or 4-5 hours
We are planning a trip to the Pacific Northwest this summer and are considering taking one of your tours. Our nine and five year old very excited to go on a whale tour, but we will have our (energetic) two year old with us. Is this tour family friendly? Do you stop anywhere on the five to six hour tour?