The Excitement of a Whale Watch


whalewatchDeborah Ann Whale Watching
Perkins Cove, Ogunquit

The Deborah Ann Whale Watching trip running out of Perkins Cove is a “must do” while you are on your vacation in Southern Maine. The trip is simply breathtaking when you see one of these giant creatures break the surface. The Deborah Ann leaves Perkins Cove and heads out to Jeffries Ledge where the whales and other sea creatures feed. The trip lasts a good 4.5 hours. The Humpback and Finback whales along with White-sided dolphins, Basking Sharks and Ocean Sunfish are among the species you will see in their natural habitat.
If no whale sightings occur, the will offer you a free pass with no expiration date or refund half of your money. That’s a very generous offer.
If the weather is not conducive to head way out to where the whales are, the Deborah Ann will take you on a shorter trip along the coast and out to Boon Island where you will find a large concentration of seals and bird life.
The boat is 40 feet in length and was built as recently as 1994. The Captain and crew are enthusiastic and extremely knowledgeable. It is easy to see that they love the work that they do.
There are two trips offered daily: 8:00-12:30 and 1:30-6:00. Reservations are recommended. This fun for the whole family, young and old alike-and it can be wet!!


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