The Humpback, Fin, Minke, and Northern Right marine mammals make their way through our ocean waters 

The most common whale spotted along the Jersey Shore, especially during spring, summer, and fall. Humpback Whales are generally found close to the coast and are commonly active at the surface to forage for food.

The Atlantic Ocean, also known as the North Atlantic, is the second largest body of water on Earth. The ocean is situated between the Americas to the west and Europe and Africa to the east. It covers approximately 20 percent of the Earth’s surface and is home to countless species of marine life. The Atlantic Ocean is renowned for being a key trade route between the continents, facilitating commerce and cultural exchange between nations along its shores. It has a rich and fascinating history as it acted as a gateway for exploration and colonization of the Americas. The Atlantic Ocean plays an important role in global weather patterns and helps regulate the Earth’s climate. Its impressive size, beauty, and influence continue to fascinate both casual observers and scientists alike.

Scenic & Historic
Bill McKim’s Jersey Shore Whale Watch Tour
Central & Coastal New Jersey
Sunset Dolphin Watch
Special Events
Dinner Cruises
Fireworks & Holiday Events
Silver Bullet Tours

We have the largest and fastest marine mammal watching boats in New Jersey and we are the only boats with the never expiring “Marine Mammal Sighting” guarantee. Cape May Whale Watcher has a variety of available activities on our fleet.