Big Island Whale Watch

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  • State Of The Art Whale Watch Boat

    State Of The Art Whale Watch Boat

  • Humpback Whale Watching

    Humpback Whale Watching

  • Aerial Display From Whales

    Aerial Display From Whales

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    Pacific Whale Foundation Whale Watch

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    Thrilling Whale Watching Off Maui’s Coast

  • Humpback Whales Off Maui Coast

    Humpback Whales Off Maui Coast

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    Pacific Whale Foundation Whale Watch

  • Up Close Views Of Humpback Whales

    Up Close Views Of Humpback Whales


Tour Highlights

  • Whale Season is November 13, 2012 – March 31, 2013
  • Whale Sighting Guaranteed
  • 65-Foot Custom Catamaran
  • Check-in 30-Minutes Prior to Departure
  • Light snacks and Refreshments Included
  • Sail Along Kona Coast
  • Departs Kona Harbor
  • 2 1/2 Hour Whale Watch Tour
  • Certified Marine Naturalists
  • Underwater Hydrophones
  • See Variety of Whale Species
  • Please check-in 30 minutes prior to departure at 75-5629 Kuakini Hwy, Kailua-Kona, HI 96740

About Your Tour

Once a year, the largest mammals on the planet make their way to the warm waters of Hawaii, here is your chance to see just what makes these majestic creatures so special!

Sail along the Kona Coast of the Big Island, on a Whale Watching Tour that you can’t miss. Keep your eyes open and your camera ready for breaches, air spouts, fin-slaps, and constant sighting of Humpback Whales, from the comfort of a 65-foot catamaran. Snacks and refreshments are served during your sail, and a certified Marine Naturalist is on hand to share with you the beauty and fun facts about Humpback Whales.

The best part? You will see whales guaranteed, or come again FREE!

Along with Humpback Whales, we have been known to spot other marine life that call the waters off the Big Island home. Hawaiian Green Sea Turtles (or Honu), Dolphin, Pilot Whales, and even Monk Seals are spotted swimming in the early afternoon waters.

Hawaiian waters host more than 10,000 Humpback Whales each year during their natural migration from the frigid waters of Alaska. Don’t miss out on the chance to see these beautiful creatures during your trip to the Big Island. Seats on the catamaran are limited and the whales will not be here for very long. Book your Big Island Whale Watch Tour today!

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