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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Will I get seasick?

A: Seldom because the Zodiac does not roll back and forth like the big boats plus we have
a gasoline engine, not diesel. The diesel fumes are what often makes people seasick.

Q: Will I get wet?

A: Seldom because the boat design deflects the water away from the passenger area.

Q: Why should I choose your company over other companies?

A: I am a marine biologist whose graduate work was with gray whales. I know each whale as an individual and will tell you their names and histories. I am also a professor at a college and can tell all about the marine wildlife. All of our captains are trained Marine Naturalist's handpicked and educated by me personally. They are all expert ocean captain's with many years of experience.

Q: Will I get cold?

A: It is an open boat, so dress warm in layers. I provide jackets, hats, gloves and blankets for the comfort of my passengers.

For more on Gray whales click here for our whale facts page

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