Every year during the winter months, California Grey Whales migrate from the frigid waters of Alaska to the more temperate waters off the coast of Baja California, Mexico.The Grey Whale is one of the animal kingdom's great migrators, traveling in groups called pods. Some of these giants swim 12,430 miles round-trip and breed in the shallow southern waters and balmier climate.These whales were once the target of extensive hunting, and by early in the 20th century they were in serious danger of extinction.Today, Grey Whales are protected by international law, and their numbers have grown. In 1994, the Grey Whale was removed from the United States endangered species list.We set sail for the open ocean to get a glimpse of these amazing creaturesas they make their way down the coast. Don't be surprised if you see dolphins and sea lions as well!
Jump on board the world-famous America sailing schooner for a once-in-a-lifetime whale watching experience. The only whale-watching sailing trip in San Diego, a cruise on America is the environmentally-friendly and most personal wildlife experience in town. Complete your nautical day with a visit to San Diego Maritime Museum any time you like.
Each year approximately 20,000 gray whales migrate from the Bering Sea to the lagoons of Baja California and back again. Come'witness this amazing journey off the coast of San Diego on this educational whale watching excursion.
Get up close and personal with dolphins, sea lions, pelagic sea birds and migrating whales on this three-hour eco-friendly cruise through the waters of San Diego. With a maximum of 6 guests per cruise, you are sure to have the most personalized, intimate cruise.
See magnificent California gray whales on their annual journey from the Arctic to California's Baja Coast on a whale watching cruise from San Diego. If you don't see a whale on the cruise, you'll get a 'Whale check' to try again another time!