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A Whale Watching trip out of Boston is an experience you will never forget!
Located beyond the Boston Harbor at the mouth of Massachusetts Bay is Stellwagen Bank, a rich, natural feeding ground for whales and the perfect spot for whale watching.
There are many tours out of Boston where you can learn about these magnificent creatures from the naturalist and educators on board and view these fascinating mammals up close as they surface and breach.
Whales you are likely to spot during a Boston Whale Watch Cruise are Humpbacks whales, which average 50 feet long and 37 tons, often breach and slap the water and males are famous for their "singing", producing a complex song which can last for 10 to 20 minutes and is repeated for hours at a time; Minke whales are smaller, dolphin-like whales distinguished by a white band on each flipper; and Finback whales, which are 45-70 feet long and weigh in at 40 tons, have a distinctive asymetrical marked jaw with a large white patch on the right side , while the left side of the jaw is grey or black.
There is so much to do in Boston and joining in on a Whale Watching trip is just one more way to create a memorable day in Boston.
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