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Sit back and listen to your naturalist who will describe historic points of interest as you move through Plymouth Harbor. Once you pass Gurnet Light and leave Plymouth Harbor, join the naturalists down below inside the main cabin for a short introductory video. On our video are sequences of the most common whales, dolphins and porpoises that migrate to our New England waters to feed throughout the season. Learn why our coastal waters are so rich and productive, including the waters of the Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary. And hear about all the other unique marine wildlife that we have an opportunity of viewing when offshore, like northern gannets, shearwaters, basking sharks and ocean sunfish. It’s just not a whale watch, but a marine wildlife cruise!

 
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