First Whale Watching Trip of the Season this Year on March 15 aboard the Cape May Whale Watcher
What’s the earliest time you can take an trip in Cape May to view Whales or Dolphins? Well it’s April in Cape May and Captain Stewart is into the Dolphins for some great Spring Trips.
Dolphins have been great this spring. You have extra chances to view them this weekend. We will offer our 10:00 AM Dolphin Watch on Saturday and Sunday in addition to our 1:00 PM Whale and Dolphin Watch. Celebrate Spring. Read more from Capt Stewart
It’s been a rough winter in New Jersey with ice storms and snow piled up. We have finally reached the month of March with daylight saving times and we start the rites of Spring in Cape May. The Cape May Whale Watcher and the Stewart’s family kick off another season this year with the first trip starting on March 15, 2014, 1:00 PM Whale and Dolphin Watch.
Starting since 1993, the Cape May Whale Watcher, with the Stewart Family has remained the leader of their industry in both ecotourism and first rate boat tours in Cape May. The average monthly temperatures in the spring are 60ºF in April, and Cape May offers shore bound visitors any number of activities from whale watching to shopping or visiting a local winery. It’s time to get ready for the upcoming summer season and come to Cape May to enjoy the Easter Holiday and take a brisk walk on the beach and enjoy the warm sun aboard the Cape May Whale Watcher.
Keep in mind that the Cape May Whale Watcher’s boat is specifically designed for this event and offers a fully climate controlled cabins with a steady platform to enjoy the dolphins and sea life you most certainly will encounter. The best part of the Cape May Whale Watcher is that they are also Pet-Friendly with oversized ramps and you can bring your well behaved leashed pooch with you to enjoy the trip. So come down to Cape May this Spring, the Stewart Family welcomes you aboard the first trip of the year for your weekend getaway in Cape May.
by Ryan Reclaim