2018 10th Annual Whale Watch Trip

Price: $55.00


Sunday, January 14, 2018

10:00 AM – 1:00 PM

A Benefit Event for Sierra Club San Diego Conservation Programs

Join with fellow Sierra Club members and friends as we venture out to locate gray whales.  It is the height of the gray whale migration along our coast and your opportunity to see whales from afar and up close.  Past trips have seen as many as 15 whales.  You will also get to see other sea life such as sea lions, harbor seals, dolphins and some seabirds.

The boat is U. S. Coast Guard Certified and built for the open sea.  It is modern, with full walk around decks that allow you to experience the excitement of whale watching.  Spacious and comfortable seating indoors and outdoors with galley.

Bring your cameras and binoculars to make this a memorable whale watching trip.  We recommend warm clothing, sunscreen and hats to be confortable.

For More Information call 858-569-6005


This trip is a fundraising event to benefit Sierra Club San Diego  

ADULT - $55   CHILD (6-13yrs) - $30


No ticket(s) will be issued.

By making payment you are officially registered and will receive notification and confirmation.

CST 2087766-40. Registration as a seller of travel does not constitute approval by the State of California.


1.  If the trip goes as planned and you do not board on time, there is no refund.  If you need to cancel and you call beforehand and we are able to fill your spot from a waiting list, you will receive a full refund.  Otherwise, payments are final: but don't forget that this is a fundraiser for local conservation!

2.  If the trip is canceled due to bad weather - heavy rain and/or extremely stormy seas - the trip will be rescheduled, and you will be automatically pre-registered.  If you cannot attend the rescheduled trip, you will receive a full refund.

If you do qualify for a refund, you are always more than welcome to waive the refund as a donation to the Sierra Club as part of the fundraiser; the environment will thank you!

Whale Watch Movie

Ocean Adventures: Gray Whale Obstacle Course

with Jean-Michele Cousteau

Friday, March 3 at 7 pm

Sierra Club Office - 8304 Clairemont Mesa Blvd., Ste 101, San Diego 92111

Gray whales have the longest migration route of any mammal -- 8,500 to 12,000 miles -- and during their journey they pass some of the world's biggest cities, along some of the most polluted coastlines. In The Gray Whale Obstacle Course, Jean-Michel Cousteau and the Ocean Adventures team travel the length of this migration, from the warm waters of Magdelena Bay in Baja California, Mexico, where the gray whales give birth, nurse their calves, rest and play before their long journey north, to the nutrient-rich feeding grounds of the Bering Sea in Alaska. The team searches for clues about this resilient, yet threatened species to gain a better understanding of the increasing challenges, both natural and man-made, that gray whales face along the way.

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