Hello everyone, I know that I have been absent for the past week from our blog but we haven’t been on the water in over a week! The fall wind has been kept us in the sheltered waters of Passamaquoddy Bay…where there are no whales…ever! A lot of our guests do not realize that there is a transit time in order to see whales from St. Andrews, we have to cross Passamaquoddy Bay (~5 miles) and then through the Islands and out into the open Bay of Fundy, usually minimum 8-10 miles (20-30 minutes on the Quoddy Link) before we really think about seeing a whale. Usually this time of the season we have to go at least 15 miles out into the open Bay, off between the Wolves and Grand Manan to see whales…and for that we need some good weather (and by good weather I don’t mean sun, I mean good sea condition).
Our last trip is scheduled for this Thursday, October 22nd at 2:00 pm, come and join us and be a part of this unforgettable 2009 season!