Whale Watch Friday

Posted on: 12-21-2018

Winter is officially here..❄ and we had our FIRST migrating Gray Whale of the season today! This whale was southbound heading towards it's breeding grounds in Baja.

We'll be seeing a lot more traveling Grays along the coast in the next few months (December thru May) so be ready to hop on the boat with us!!

Next available trips are Saturday & Sunday - 10am & 1:30pm
Tickets available at rbwhales.com

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Sightings: Gray Whale (1)

Whale Watch Sunday

Posted on: 12-9-2018

200+ Common Dolphin and 50+ Sea Lions


Sightings: Short-beaked Common Dolphins (200), Long-beaked Common Dolphin (200), California Sea Lion (50)

Whale Watch Sunday

Posted on: 10-14-2018

Thousands of Common Dolphins and 1 Humpback whale


Sightings: Short-beaked Common Dolphins (1000), Humpback Whale (1)

Whale watch Saturday

Posted on: 10-6-2018

500+ Common Dolphin and about 50 Sea Lions


Sightings: Short-beaked Common Dolphins (500)

Whale watch saturday

Posted on: 9-22-2018

We had a fun whale watch weekend out on the Indian! We were lucky enough to see a Humpback on Saturday as it played with both Common and Offshore Bottlenose Dolphins. Today we saw an even bigger pod of Common Dolphin spread throughout the bay.

You never know what you'll see out on the Pacific Ocean - so come take a ride with us! Whale Watch trips leave at 10am every weekend. 45 Minute Boat Rides start at 1pm following the 2 and a half hour whale watch. We will begin running during the week when the Gray Whale Migration starts, which is typically December thru April. Gray Whales have been known to show up sooner than December though, so keep checking with us about our sightings at rbwhales.com

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Sightings: Bottlenose Dolphins (50), Humpback Whale (1), Short-beaked Common Dolphins (500)
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