Summer Whale Watching

Once a rare sight in the waters of the Channel Islands National Marine Sanctuary, Humpback whales and the endangered Blue whale can be seen as they feed on swarms of krill.

Island Packers makes every attempt to show you these gentle giants of the deep, but can make no guarantee that these creature will make themselves available for viewing.

The concentration of feeding  whales tends to follow the up-welling  of food sources, making these whale watching trips an all-day adventure. Reaching the feeding grounds may take a couple of hours. These trips is 5 or 8 hours in length with no island landing.

Photo by Michele Wassell - Humpback Whale breaching

2017 Summer Whale Watching Schedule

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Photo by Michele Wassell - Blue Whale Spouts

While there is no island landing, there will be a brief cruise along the shoreline of one of the iconic Channel Islands, providing furthur oppotunities to see sea birds, seals or sea lions

Map by U.S.G.S. - Santa Barbara Channel

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