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Capt. Mark’s Zodiac Adventures


126 Harbour Rd

1-902-224-1316


Overview

Capt. Mark’s is Pleasant Bay’s most experienced whale watching company. Operating for 23 years, Capt. Mark and his crew take you along Cape Breton’s pristine coastlines in search of whales like Pilot, Minke, Finback and Humpback. In addition, you may also see seals, moose, bears, bald eagles and various sea birds. The scenery on its own is breathtaking. The spectacular rock and cliff formations, mysterious sea caves, waterfalls, abandoned cove settlements and colourful fishermen just make it more so!

Dress in layers and for outdoor conditions. Bring camera, binoculars, sunscreen and water.

Zodiac: $60/adult, $40/child. Boat $50/adult, $30/child.

Zodiac restriction: any neck or back problems, children under 3 years or pregnant women.

Boat has no restrictions.

Reservations highly recommended.

Times:

10am – 1pm

1pm – 4pm

4pm – 7pm

Duration: 2-3 hours.

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