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Capt. Mark's Whale and Seal Cruise


126 Harbour Road

902-224-1316

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Highlights

  • Cruise in a 13-metre (42-foot) research vessel, The Double Hookup, partly covered and with a washroom, or in a 12-passenger Zodiac.
  • Learn about wildlife and local settlements from experienced guides.
  • Hear the whales’ magical songs with an underwater microphone.
  • Overview

    Come aboard for a unique adventure along our rugged coastline of Cape Breton Island. We will search for Pilot, Minke, Finback & Humpback Whales as well as Seals and Bald Eagles. Our spectacular rock and cliff formations, sea caves, waterfalls and pioneer settlements are all part of the experience. A hydrophone to hear the whales is also available. Reservations highly advised.

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