Monthly Archives: May 2018

Blue Whales at Santa Cruz

Captain and crew headed for Santa Cruz Island today with moderately choppy seas.  Sighting included 2 giant blue whales and 200 long-beaked common dolphins. About 5 miles due south of Santa Barbara Harbor during the morning departure a herd of … Continue reading

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Vote For Captain Jack’s Tours!

It’s that time of year again! The Santa Barbara Newspress Readers’ Choice Award ballot is out and we’re in the running for two categories! With your help we’ll be voted best wine tour company for the 6th year in a … Continue reading

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100 Cetaceans per hour!

These are the final few days of our annual northbound gray whale, coastal Santa Barbara excursions.  Starting next Monday, May 14, we begin “Island Whale and Dolphin” trips. These trips run well out into the Santa Barbara Channel and, depending … Continue reading

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Whale calves playing in the kelp forest…

Captain and crew ran two trips today with great sea conditions.  The morning trip was calm and sunny. The afternoon trip was calm with a high stratus layer.  Sightings for the day included: 6 gray whales, 550 long-beaked common dolphins, … Continue reading

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‘SUP Boarders! This website is for you!

“Here at InflatableBoarder.com, we’re big fans of getting on the water and enjoying all that nature has to offer. There’s so much waiting to be explored — if only more of us could simply unplug long enough to enjoy it! … Continue reading

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