Whale Watch Wednesday

Posted on: 6-20-2018

25+ Offshore Bottlenose Dolphin and a 500+ pod of feeding Common Dolphins for today's trip! There's still spots available for our 1:30pm trip tomorrow so book your spots online at rbwhales.com 🐳


Sightings: Short-beaked Common Dolphins (500), Bottlenose Dolphins (20)

Whale Watch Sunday

Posted on: 6-17-2018

Happy Father's Day to all the Dads out there!! We had an awesome whale watch today, with lots of Common Dolphin, Bottlenose Dolphin and 2 Humpback Whales! Pictures will be posted soon - thanks to everyone that came out with us today! 🐬🐳


Sightings: Short-beaked Common Dolphins (500), Humpback Whale (2), Bottlenose Dolphins (10)

Whale Watch Saturday

Posted on: 6-16-2018

Great whale watching out on the Indian today! We had a few scattered pods of Common Dolphin that started out over Redondo Canyon and we continued to see them in the deeper water. We noticed activity in the area with the dolphin and sea lions working together to school up the bait fish, and soon found 3 Humpback Whales! 🐋 These whales were feeding with the dolphins, they tail-slapped the water, showed their pectoral fins and really provided some great viewing for us. We have another trip tomorrow at 10AM - so make sure to book your spots now! @rbwhales.com 🐳


Sightings: Short-beaked Common Dolphins (1000), Humpback Whale (3), California Sea Lion (50)

Whale Watch Sunday

Posted on: 6-3-2018

We saw tons of Common Dolphins and Sea Lions today on our Whale Watch and 45 Minute Boat Rides!! Our next available trip is this Wednesday at 1:30pm - so book online at rbwhales.com 🐳


Sightings: Short-beaked Common Dolphins (500), California Sea Lion (50)

Whale Watch Saturday

Posted on: 6-2-2018

Great day for whale watching in the Santa Monica Bay! We started off the trip by seeing over 1000+ Common Dolphin in scattered pods that were bow-riding and surfing in our wake 🐬 We then moved into deeper waters where we found a Fin Whale that came right up to the boat to check us out! We stayed as long as we could with that whale, and on the way back to the harbor we found a very slow moving sneaky Gray Whale! While most of the Grays are almost back home to Alaska, this one was taking it's time on it's migration.

We still have seats available for our 10AM Whale Watch tomorrow morning, so book your spots online at rbwhales.com 🐳


Sightings: Short-beaked Common Dolphins (1000), Fin Whales (1)
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