Join Hervey Bay’s only luxury multi award winning sail whale watch vessel for a trip of a lifetime.
We are one of the smallest vessels in the fleet at 10.7m in length. Most of the whales we see are 10 to 13 metres in length and 30 tonnes or more, that’s over 5 times our vessel weight. So when you see a whale from Blue Dolphin you really see a whale!
With only 24 passengers an unforgettable and intimate experience awaits you. The tour is a full day with morning tea, buffet lunch, afternoon tea and a complimentary drink with lunch. We are also licensed. Courtesy Bus available. Multi lingual crew.
Your skipper Peter is Hervey Bay’s most experienced with over 26 years working with marine mammals. 14 years with Seaworld as a marine mammal trainer, a summer season with the Australian
Antarctic Division and 14 years as a dolphin and whale watch operator. He also has many years of experience working with stranded marine mammals. Your day can be as informative as you like as Peter welcomes your questions and invites you to take the wheel.
Departs the Marina at 7.30am and returns approx 3.30 pm
January • February • March • April • May • June • July • August • September • October • November • December
Half-day (3-6 hours) • Full day (6-9 hours)
Small boat (0-50 passengers) • Under sail / Yacht
Times and prices
Dolphin Tour - 8:30 am to 12:30 pm Valid until June 30 2012
Family (2 A plus 2C) $200
Champagne Sunset Sail - Summer 5.15 pm to 6.45 pm Valid until June 30 2012
Family (2 A plus 2C) $150
Exclusive Full Day Whale Watch: 2012 Season July 21 to October 21
Family (2 A plus 2C) $370
Family (2A plus 3C ) $ 420
About our skippers and naturalist guides
Peter Lynch your skipper and guide has over 26 years experience with marine mammals.
worked with dolphin and whales in Australia and overseas.
Access to wheelhouse • Deck with 360?vision • Naturalist guide(s) as well as skipper • On board hydrophone • Posters / displays / maps • Reading material available • Restrooms / toilets on board • Scenic backdrop to encounters • Snacks / drinks • Support conservation • Use a code of conduct
Listen to whale song • Listen to whales and dolphins • See a whale's tail • See leaping dolphins • See leaping whales • Showered by whale blows • Watch whales and dolphins