$30 off All Adult Tickets – Best Deal in 21+ Years of Running Whale Watching Tours!

Guaranteed Whale Watch Tours from 5 Departure Locations

Everett gray whale tours begin March 3rd, 2018!

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$29

Everett Sunset Special – Only $29

Friday and Saturday Tours in April from Everett

All tickets for the 6pm, 2.5 hour guaranteed whale watch trip from Everett are only $29 plus taxes and fees!  Take advantage of the best spring whale watching departure location with the added bonus of a sunset.  No need for a promotion code – all tickets are already discounted. 

Sorry, no other discounts apply.

Where is Everett?

Our Locations

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The Industry's Largest Range

Where will we go on the trip?

When whales are in the center of the map, most companies do see them – we just get more time.  When the whales are up north or out west, the Island Explorer fleet are often the only American boats watching whales

Because of our vessel speed, size, and duration of our tour, we're able to guarantee whales.  Often times, whales can move up to 100 miles in a 24 hour period.  Every day is a new adventure, but rest assured that you're choosing the company with the highest whale sighting success rate in the area.

Whales have been spotted on 6,431 of 6,630 tours since 2002.   No other company compares. 

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Great Deals in 2017!

Adults save up to $30 off any tour by booking over 30 days in advance or by joining us May 30th-September 4th. There are discounts for AAA, AARP, seniors 65+, military, or students with an ID.  Midweek deals can be found March-June and September-November.  Click below for more information on how to save big in 2017!

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What's the Weather like? How to Prepare

Springtime in Everett can bring some great weather.  On average, the temperature on land can be between 50 and 70 degrees and precipitation tends to be low.  Even though the weather can feel warm on land, we always recommend bringing layers – sweatshirts and jackets – as it feels 10-20 degrees cooler on the water.  Rain doesn't have a negative impact on our tours as our excursion vessels are set up to go out in the elements and have lots of indoor space and cover.