Quoddy Link Marine

Bay of Fundy Whale and Wildlife Cruises

Our 26th Season!

St. Andrews' best opportunity for whales and wildlife - its all about capability!

The size of our vessel, its ability to go further faster and trip flexibility provide you with greater odds of success!

A Bay of Fundy Recommended Whale and Wildlife Cruise

 

Departing from historic St. Andrews by-the-Sea, New Brunswick, Canada our Bay of Fundy whale and wildlife cruises provide the opportunity to experience whales and so much more!

Come cruise the Fundy Isles and experience her rugged seascapes, abundant lighthouses and powerful tides

Observe whales, seals, porpoise, bald eagles, and a variety of seabirds from the decks of our spacious modern power catamaran. Get up close and personal with a variety of undersea life with our onboard touch tank.

Our first class educational interpretation and limited passenger capacity ensures an experience like no other.

Using modern passenger vessel design and sufficient cruise duration, our family business delivers environmentally conscience expeditions designed with the opportunity to see, learn, and experience more!

Be whale wise. Range matters!

There are no guarantees when it comes to whale watching, but you can put the odds in your favour by choosing a cruise that can spend more time in whale feeding areas and less time in transit. A boat that goes 10 mph, can go 30 miles in 3 hours. A boat that can go 20 mph can go 60 miles in 3 hours. Those 30 extra miles can mean the difference between whales and no whales or the type of whales you experience.

Join us Abord the Catamaran M/V Quoddy Link

St. Andrews’ Largest, Most Spacious Whale Watching Vessel

Friday September 18, 2020

SIGHTINGS UPDATE Friday September 18, 2020   10am: We started with seals and then picked up Chevron, a humpback, feeding inside the Islands. "She" showed her tail multiple time as "she" took her deeper dives. We headed towards the Old Sow, the largest tidal whirlpool...

Tuesday September 15, 2020

SIGHTINGS UPDATE Tuesday September 15, 2020 2pm: This afternoon we had flat calm waters and little wind. We started with seals on Black Ledge then found a "sleepy" Chevron (humpback whale) with a couple minkes swimming off in the distance. We followed along with...

Monday September 14, 2020

SIGHTINGS UPDATE Monday September 14, 2020   2pm: This afternoon’s trip started out with looks of harbour and gray seals around Black Ledge. From there, we headed to Nancy Head and picked up a minke and a humpback whale. We got looks at the minke whale and some great...

Sunday September 13, 2020

SIGHTINGS UPDATE Sunday September 13, 2020   10am: This morning we took Western Passage over to Head Harbour. We quickly picked up a minke whale and harbour porpoise. Then we spent some time with a very "sleepy" humpback. The humpback fluked up once and we were able...

Saturday September 12, 2020

SIGHTINGS UPDATE Saturday September 12, 2020 10am: This morning we quickly picked up Chevron, a humpback whale. Chevron seemed very relaxed and only fluked up a couple of times. We also spent time with 2 minke whales, harbour porpoise, and seals. There were large...

Friday September 11, 2020

SIGHTINGS UPDATE Friday September 11, 2020 2pm: Our afternoon trip started out towards the Wolves Bank where we picked up a fin whale! After getting some good looks and the second largest species of whale in the world we headed towards Head Harbour Passage. In the...

Thursday September 10, 2020

SIGHTINGS UPDATE Thursday September 10, 2020   10am: Trip cancelled due to weather   2pm: This afternoon we headed out, stopping with harbour and grey seals at Black Ledge. We quickly picked up 2 minke whales and got great looks at both. The fish were jumping at the...

Wednesday September 9, 2020

SIGHTINGS UPDATE Wednesday September 9, 2020 10am: Cancelled due to weather/fog 2pm: This afternoon we headed out expecting some fog but the fog had rolled back and we had pretty great visibility. We stopped with seals on Black Ledge then headed out offshore. We got...

Tuesday September 8, 2020

SIGHTINGS UPDATE Tuesday September 8, 2020   10am: This morning was foggy but we spent most of our trip offshore with Chevron, a humpback, who was quite active and breached for over 30 minutes. Humpbacks breach, and they do breach a lot but it's so special to see...

Monday September 7, 2020

SIGHTINGS UPDATE Monday September 7, 2020 10am: It was foggy this morning so, after a stop with harbour and grey seals at Black Ledge, we headed offshore hoping the fog was less thick out there. It was! We found a humpback, Chevron out there! We also saw harbour...