Climb aboard the Granite State and take in New Hampshire's only full-time whale watch as its crew of passionate whale watch specialists share their insight of ocean environment. Keep your eyes peeled to catch a sighting of a 40-ton Humpback Whale, a 70 ft. Finback Whale, or a Minke Whale. It's possible to also catch sightings of Atlantic White Sided Dolphins, Harbor Porpoises, Pilot Whales, Harbor Seals, and Sharks. If you don't get a chance to see any whales or dolphins, enjoy a free pass on any of the Granite State Whale Watch schedules valid for up to one year.
May 11 - June 9 Sat & Sun 11am; June 10 - June 14 every day 2pm; June 15 - Sept 1 Every Day 8:30am & 2:00pm; Sept 2- Oct 13 Mon, Wed, Fri, Sat, Sun 11am
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What is the schedule for Granite State Whale Watch in New Hampshire?
The available whale watch expeditions at Granite State Whale Watch are weekends at 11 am from May 12 to June 10; 2 pm from June 11 to June 15; 8:30 am and 2 pm from June 16 to August 26; weekends at 8:30 am and 2 pm and Monday through Friday at 11 am from August 27 to September 2; and weekends at 11 am and Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 10 am from September 3 to October 7.
Is there a guarantee to see whales at Granite State Whale Watch?
Granite State Whale Watch has a 99% sighting record, so the odds are definitely in your favor, but unfortunately there's no guarantee to see a whale during your whale watch. Your whale watch boarding pass is chance to observe, rather than an admission to a show. It's up to the whales whether or not you get to see them. It's definitely worth trying to see if you can catch a sighting.