Family friendly & child safe
wheelchair & pram access
The most stable Whale Watching vessel of its size,
operating in WA waters
Cruises depart 9.30am & 1pm
daily during Whale Watching
season June - October
(subject to numbers and weather)
Locally roasted plunger coffee or tea & hot muffins
2.5 - 3 hours cruising in comfort on a stable 19.6m Catamaran.
June - October / See a Whale or cruise again free of charge!
Protected viewing deck with panoramic outlook.
Spacious club lounges with tables for groups to share the experience.
Leaving from Albany's New Marina
off Princess Royal Drive near town centre.
Turn at Albany's Entertainment Centre.
Our boat is the big one named"Albany Ocean Adventures".
Our office is the one closest to Due South car park
Scenic Cruises Also Available
Cruise past the decommissioned whale chaser, Cheynes II, Camp Quaranup,
Point King Lighthouse and the Whale museum, while your skipper entertains you with fascinating highlights from Albany's maritime history, and your crew serve
complimentary tea & coffee in comfort.
WHALE WATCHING TOUR
ADULTS - $100.00 / SENIORS - $90.00 / CHILDREN - $60.00
FAMILY 2+2 - $285.00 (Children 5 to 16 years of age / under 5 years - free).
All departures subject to weather conditions.
Refunds given if trip cancelled due to weather.
Please book your seats first to ensure availability then pay for for the tickets.
Please note you do not need a paypal account to pay.
Payment by credit card is acceptable.
Hear Humpback whales singing & Southern Rights
Using a hydrophone we pick up the sounds of whales underwater, giving our guests
onboard a unique experience.
See southern whales and their calves playing
Whales can be seen basking in the bay during calving. Young whales frolicking with their mothers is a common sight during the season.
Experience historic scenic Albany from King George Sound
Learn about the history of Albany's past whaling station, its historic port and channel
and the islands in the King George Sound.
Full commentary from Captain Paul Guest
Pauls passion and knowledge about the albany history and ocean life
will inspire, delight & inform