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  • Bird Island Boat Tours
    Our boat tour travels the shortest distance to Bird Islands and we spend the most time at the islands viewing spectacular wildlife while you learn interesting and amusing facts from our Captain and crew. It is an ecologically sensitive nature tour that will be enjoyed by young and old. Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Canada
    http://www.birdisland.net/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2014)
  • Bluenose II
    The original Bluenose was launched as a Grand Banks fishing and racing schooner on 26 March 1921 in Lunenburg, Nova Scotia. It was designed by William Roué and built by the Smith and Rhuland Shipyard. Bluenose II is operated by the Lunenburg Marine Museum Society on behalf of the Province of Nova Scotia. It's hard to imagine that on March 26th in 1921, those present on the shore of Lunenburg knew what would come of the day's festivities. They were there to launch the Bluenose. What they set in motion was a legacy that continues to this day. As Nova Scotia's sailing ambassador, Bluenose II plays a meaningful role for our province. Its mission involves promoting our maritime heritage and maintaining a connection to the legacy of Bluenose. It provides the opportunity to experience sailing tradition and serves as a welcoming representative of its home. Visitors can join us for a harbour cruise in our home port of Lunenburg or in one of the other ports on our schedule. Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, Canada
    https://bluenose.novascotia.ca/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003)
  • Brier Island Whale and Seabird Cruises
    Taking a Brier Island Whale and Seabird Cruise in Nova Scotia is watching whales and seabirds – and much more. It is also joining a scientific survey studying an area teeming with marine life. As well as being a thrilling adventure, our whale watching cruises yield important information on endangered or rare species of whales like the Humpback, Finback and Right Whales, and on other species of Cetaceans (whales, dolphins and porpoises) and on seabirds. A portion of whale watch sales is contributed to our research. There is a trip suited for every age. Choose between an exciting zodiac ride, close to the water and action, or the comforts of our 50 ft Cape Island style boat equipped with seats, bathroom facilities and shelter. Westport, Nova Scotia, Canada
    https://brierislandwhalewatch.com/
    (Added: Thu Jan 14 2021)
  • Cape Breton Lobster Tours
    Lobster Tours and Fishing Charters in Baddeck. We offer private and group tours, as well as fishing charters on the Bras D’or Lakes in and around the beautiful village of Baddeck. Don’t forget to bring your camera! There are plenty of opportunities to take pictures, and record your favourite moments while you're "having a time!" touring the Bras d'Or Lakes. Come enjoy a true Cape Breton experience with one of the best water tour guides on the island. Baddeck, Nova Scotia, Canada
    https://www.cblobstertours.com/
    (Added: Thu Jan 14 2021)
  • Captain Cox's Whale Watch
    Sail with Captain Dennis Cox, Cape Breton's most experienced whalewatch captain, who started whalewatching in Northern Cape Breton. Captain Cox is a Small Craft Master (C1J4) with over 30 years experience at sea. Captain Cox and his crew first photo identified and named the pilot whale "HOOK", whose life size model is on display in the Whale Center. Search for: humpback whales, sei whales, minke whales, pilot whales, dolphins and fin whales -the second largest in the world. Miles of uninhabited coastline where eagles , cormorants and guillemots still nest,where there are sea caves and waterfalls, sandy coves and shipwrecks, where you can see gannets dive and hear sea loons call. Capstick, NS Canada
    http://www.whalewatching-novascotia.com/
    (Added: Thu Jan 14 2021)
  • Captain Mark's Whale and Seal Cruise
    Our Zodiac Vessel is known for having a personal feel with the water and whales. We offer a chance to see various marine wildlife and spectacular coastal views of Cape Breton Highlands National Park. A tour with Captain Mark is a must for eco-tourists and photographers. Capt. Mark's work with whales has been featured on local news specials and his tour has been chartered by the Discovery Channel. Capt. Mark has been offering whale watching tours off the coast of Cape Breton, Nova Scotia since 1994. Thousands of visitors and residents have been introduced to the wonderful world of whales. All excursions are in private boats, offering excellent whale watching and wildlife exploration. Pleasant Bay, Nova Scotia, Canada
    http://www.whaleandsealcruise.com/
    (Added: Thu Jan 14 2021)
  • Captain Zodiac Whale Cruise
    Cape Breton Island's Best Whale Watching in Cheticamp, Nova Scotia. Captain Zodiac Whale Cruise is located in the scenic fishing village of Cheticamp, at the base of the Cape Breton Highlands National Park. We search the waters off Cape Breton Island for migratory whales returning to feed each season. Our most frequent sightings are Finback whales (2nd largest species), Pilot whales (most entertaining in large pods), Minke whales (first arrival), Humpback whales (tail shots) and Atlantic White-Sided dolphins. Cheticamp, Inverness, Nova Scotia, Canada
    https://www.novascotiawhales.com/
    (Added: Thu Jan 14 2021)
  • Dixon's Zodiac Seafari Whale and Coastal Tours
    Cabot Trail, Cape Breton whale watching. Just two minutes off the Cabot Trail, nestled in the northeast corner of Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, lies the quaint fishing village of Neil's Harbour. Let the lighthouse guide you to Dixons Zodiac Seafari. Prepare to have a smooth, exhilarating ride aboard the "733 Hurricane", the same type of vessel used by the Canadian Coast Guard. This is where your Cape Breton coastal whale watch and marine life tour will begin. You will embark on a two hour journey where you may experience close encounters with such species such as Minke whales, Humpback whales, Pilot whales,Fin whales,dolphins, porpoises, sunfish and seals. On this part of the Cape Breton coastline you may have a frequent encounter with such species as the Blue whale, Northern Right whale and the Killer whale. Neil's Harbour, Nova Scotia, Canada
    http://www.dixonszodiacseafari.com/
    (Added: Thu Jan 14 2021)
  • Four Winds Charters
    Offering Private Charters, Nature Cruises, Fishing Trips, Water Tours, Memorials. Do you have an early morning destination in mind or just want to let the evening take its course, the choice is yours. We can tailor your charter to fit your needs. From Team Building Corporate Events to Beach Parties Birthdays, Weddings, Office Staff Parties, Family Reunions, funerals & memorials or just about any reason to get together. Boutiliers Point, NS Canada
    http://www.fourwindscharters.com/
    (Added: Thu Jan 14 2021)
  • Freeport Whale & Seabird Tours
    Freeport Whale & Seabird Tours is a family owned business started in 1994, and operated by Tim and Karen Crocker. We are located in Freeport, Long Island, NS on the Bay of Fundy, which is known around the world for its high tides and it's many different species of marine life. During the summer months we are visited by Humpback Whales, Fin Whales, Minke Whales, endangered North Atlantic Right Whales, Sei Whales and Blue Whales. We also see Harbor Porpoise, North Atlantic White Sided Dolphins, Common Dolphins, Grey Seals and Harbor Seals. Seabirds number in the hundreds with daily sightings of Puffins, Shearwaters, Storm Petrels, Gannets, Kittiwake, Terns, Phalaropes and more! Freeport, NS Canada
    http://whalewatchersnovascotia.ca/
    (Added: Thu Jan 14 2021)
  • Fundy Tidal Bore Adventures
    Experience the fun and excitement of the power of the highest tides in the world by rafting on the Shubenacadie River in Nova Scotia! The water from the Bay of Fundy gets funneled into the Shubenacadie river to create a surge of water. The front wave of this surge is known as the tidal bore. Few places in the world have a tidal bore and even fewer can compare in size! After the tidal bore goes by the river reverses direction and starts flowing inland at nearly 30km/hr. Green Oaks, NS Canada
    https://www.tidalboreadventures.ca/
    (Added: Thu Jan 14 2021)
  • J Farwell Saililng Co.
    Halifax's Premier Sailing Tour & Charter Co. Cruises, Adventure, Fun. The J Farwell offers many different tour options to meet everyone's needs. From Family Fun cruises, to the J Farwell Signature Afternoon Sail, to the Sunset Wine and Cheese Sail, and the Moonlit Cruise. Each one of our tours is specifically designed to meet our guests' needs. We pride ourselves on creating memories for our customers and delivering that one off experience that only the J Farwell can deliver. Halifax, NS, Canada
    https://www.jfsailingtours.com/
    (Added: Thu Jan 14 2021)
  • Jet Ski Baddeck
    Rent one of our top of the line Seadoo Jet Skis and lead your own scenic tour through the eye-catching Baddeck Bay while riding through the waves. What you do with your time on our Jet Ski is up to you! Jet Ski Baddeck is a local business striving to bring fun and enjoyment to all customers and create an exciting environment. We offer a one of a kind water sport experience for tourists and surrounding community members to take in while visiting the beautiful village of Baddeck, NS. Jet Ski Baddeck is committed to ensuring the safety of our customers while out on the water. Your well being is our priority. Baddeck, NS Canada
    https://www.jetskibaddeck.ca/
    (Added: Thu Jan 14 2021)
  • Keltic Express Zodiac Adventures
    Cape Breton, Nova Scotia Whale Watching. Welcome to Keltic Express Zodiac Adventures (KEZA), an adventure tour found on the world famous Cabot Trail at Ingonish, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Canada. This unique experience provides visitors with an opportunity to discover the beauty of northern Cape Breton and marine life near the coastlines. Zip along the rugged shores in search of whales, dolphins, seals, leatherback turtles, puffins, eagles and more! Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, Canada
    http://www.capebretonwhalewatching.com/
    (Added: Thu Jan 14 2021)
  • Mariner Cruises
    Nova Scotia Whale Watching Seabird Tours. Mariner Cruises has been offering Nova Scotia whale watching and birding tours off Brier Island, in the Bay of Fundy since 1994. We invite you to join us for an exciting sea adventure from the Whale Watching Capital of Nova Scotia! Finback whales, minke whales and harbour porpoises are the first to arrive in the spring. In June, the humpbacks begin to return; by late June they are abundant, and Atlantic white-sided dolphins are often seen. Come explore Brier Island and the magnificent Bay of Fundy, home to inspiring marine life, rare bird species and the friendliest people you can meet. Westport, Brier Island, Nova Scotia, Canada
    https://www.novascotiawhalewatching.ca/
    (Added: Thu Jan 14 2021)
  • Ocean Explorations Whale Adventures
    Whale watching along the famous Digby Neck - whale watching capital of Nova Scotia. The waters at the mouth of the Bay of Fundy from the ledges off Brier Island right up the Digby Neck are important feeding areas for many species of cetaceans (whales, dolphins, porpoises), seals and a wide variety of seabirds. Most common species seen are the Minke, humpback and fin whales, harbour porpoise and Atlantic white-sided dolphins. Right whales are frequently seen. Sperm, sei, and blue whales have also been spotted in the Bay of Fundy. Not for the weak-hearted, Ocean Explorations are usually conducted in a large rigid hull inflatable, Zodiac™ or other brands, similar to those used by marine biologists, whale-watchers, and charter operations all over the world (even Antarctica). The maritimes' original ocean rafting whale/seabird tour!! It makes a cruise -- an adventure!! Tiverton, Nova Scotia, Canada
    https://www.oceanexplorations.ca/
    (Added: Thu Jan 14 2021)
  • Oshan Whale Watch
    Whale Watching with Captain Fraser, a 5th-Generation Fishing Captain. Come whale watching with Captain Fraser and family in Bay St. Lawrence along Nova Scotia's most northern coastline at the Top of Cape Breton Island: just minutes off the Cabot Trail. In Bay St. Lawrence you will be in the wfeeding grounds for the highly social long-finned pilot whales, the quick swimming white-sided dolphins, baleen whales such as minke, humpback and fin whales, who share the isolated, cliff-bound coastline with grey seals, and seabirds such as bald eagles, guillemots and cormorants. Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Canada.
    https://oshan.ca/
    (Added: Thu Jan 14 2021)
  • Peggy's Cove Boat Tours
    We are the exclusive boat tour operator in Peggy's Cove offering: Puffin, Bird and Seal, Lobster Dinner, Deep Sea Fishing and Sightseeing tours or charters. Established in 1999, we began entertaining our customers with Lobster Cruises in Lunenburg, N.S. in 2002 and have been cruising Atlantic Canada ever since. We are the exclusive boat tour operator in Peggy's Cove and offer our guests an adventure each time the boat leaves the wharf. Our professional crew are knowledgeable with local points of interest and enjoy entertaining our guests. We'll make every effort to accommodate your schedule and requirements. Our mission is to offer all of our guests the ultimate maritime experience. Peggy's Cove, NS Canada
    https://www.peggyscoveboattours.com/
    (Added: Thu Jan 14 2021)
  • Petit Passage Whale Watch
    The morning cruise offers a refreshing start to the day. The birds are out hunting for food and sometimes you get the added pleasure of watching the mist lift from the water. When the whales come into the Bay of Fundy they are hungry. They have just come north after a long journey and after a winter of not eating. They do not feed when they are in the calving grounds off the coast of Florida and Georgia. When they get to the cooler grounds of the Bay they are feeding constantly, morning, afternoon and evening. Sometimes the whales are close to shore, one or two miles off, sometimes it may be fifteen. There are specific feeding grounds where we search to see if the whales are present. The Bay of Fundy is a large area and the whales can be just about anywhere, but they like us are a creature of habit and they are always looking for food. If we can find the food then usually there are whales around. Digby, Nova Scotia, Canada
    https://ppww.ca/
    (Added: Thu Jan 14 2021)
  • Shubenacadie River Runners
    Shubenacadie River Runners is the premium tidal-rafting operation located at the mouth of the Shubenacadie River in Maitland, Nova Scotia. We experience some of the highest tides in the world, and have a breath-taking view of the upper Bay of Fundy. We will not only take you on a rafting adventure, but will also open your eyes to the Bay of Fundy's vast history and incredible natural forces. Maitland, NS Canada
    https://riverrunnersns.com/
    (Added: Thu Jan 14 2021)
  • Star Charters
    Set your course for a Nova Scotia sailing adventure aboard our beautiful sailboat... The Eastern Star! Sail the same majestic waves as the proud schooner, Bluenose; explore the harbour of historic Lunenburg; discover the sea caves of the famous Oven Natural Park; or bask in the sun and soak in the beauty that surrounds you. Look to Star Charters for a truly authentic Maritime sailing adventure, boat tour, or charter from the historic waterfront at Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, Canada
    https://www.novascotiasailing.com/
    (Added: Sat Dec 07 2019)
  • Tidal Bore Rafting | Shubie River Wranglers
    With years of experience our guides are committed to your safety. Reading the river and traveling as a pack they will create the best experience possible for you. While they chase the waves in the river you can expect to have a ride like no other. Each of our tours includes the opportunity to partake in a fun local activity, mud-sliding. Exactly as it sounds, indulge your inner child as you slide down the silky smooth mud slopes of the Shubie River. Make sure you wear clothes that you don't mind tie-dying to match the mud. The tidal bore is the first sign of the incoming tide and it occurs, roughly, every 12.5 hours. The tidal bore can be anywhere from a slight ripple in the water to a 10 foot wall of water (in narrow parts of the river) during extreme tides. Once the tidal bore passes through, waves will begin to form over shallow parts of the river (usually sand bars). The waves, that are created from the incoming tide, only last for a short period of time until there is too much water. It is our job, as your tour guides, to read the river and create the best experience possible for you. While we chase these waves down the river you can expect to get a ride like no other. Green Oaks, NS Canada
    https://www.shubieriverwranglers.ca/
    (Added: Thu Jan 14 2021)
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