Thursday, November 6, 2008

7 Seas Whalewatch

7 Seas Whale Watch has been whale watching in Gloucester for over 23 years. Located on Cape Ann, just forty-five minutes north of Boston, in the heart of historic downtown Gloucester, 7 Seas is a great choice because Gloucester is located directly between two major whale feeding grounds, which are home to numerous whales, dolphins and a wide variety of seabirds.

7 seas whale watch, their captains, and crew are committed to making your whale watching experience the thrill of a lifetime. They pride themselves in offering you the best in terms of education, environmental awareness, and fun, while continuing to provide the utmost in luxury, comfort and safety during your time onboard.


7 Seas Whale Watch has been featured in National Geographic magazine, on the Discovery Channel show Travelers, and in Wanderlust travel magazine!

Their Commitment To Education, Research, and Conservation...

7seasboat.jpg 7 Seas also takes pride in their commitment to education and environmental awareness. Every one of their whale watches are led by an experienced marine biologist from the Whale Center of New England... the leading whale research organization in Gloucester, Mass. for over 26 years. This means that passengers have the opportunity to learn directly from leading experts in the field of whale research. Through their association with the Whale Center of New England, they hope to promote a deeper understanding and appreciation for the whales that we are so fortunate to have on our coast. 7 Seas believes that supporting the research and conservation of these endangered animals is an essential responsibility of their business.

7 Seas Wharf on Route 127
Gloucester, MA 01930
Toll Free 1-888-283-1776

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