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Whale Watching Boat Cruises Gold Coast Whale Watching Charters.

ake a Gold Coast Whale Watching Charter to see the magnificent whales migrate past the Gold Coast. Enjoy the humpback whales doing whale breaches, wave their pectoral fins and slap their tails close up and personal aboard a whale watching boat.

View the best Gold Coast whale watching cruises below –

GameChanger Boat Private Whale Watching/Swimming with the whales Cruises Gold Coast.

Have you experienced swimming alongside the whales? Now you have a chance to do this in Gold Coast, Australia ! Or if you prefer not to get wet and watch the whales up close in a small boat or in a larger boat, we can cater to you too. We operate a 9-person smaller boat as well as a 20-person larger boat in the open sea. Goto GameChanger Boat.

Epsilon Sailing Boat Private Whale Watching Cruises Gold Coast.

Whale Under Sail –  Enjoy a few hours off Gold Coast during the winter months to view the humpback whales as they pass by as part of their annual migration.  Max 7 persons: For more information go to Epsilon Sailing Whale Watching Cruises

Epsilon is the smaller sister boat of Encore

Crystal Blue Express Private Whale Watching Cruises Gold Coast.

Book Crystal Blue Express for the luxury of private whale watching, and with luck up close too. Find a party of 8 or fewer and have an exhilarating time. Go to Crystal Blue Express.

YOT Blue Private Whale Watching Cruises.

Book YOT Blue to see the Humpback whales each year May thru to November for up to 40 people. For more info, go YOT Blue

Quick Whale Facts:-

  • Approximately 20,000 Humpback whales will migrate each season between Antarctica and the Great Barrier Reef.
  • Whales can grow up to 15 meters in length and weight of up to 45 tonnes, equivalent to 11 elephants or 600 adults.
  • Whales are active creatures, performing a wide variety of diving, rolling and breaching movements which provide fascinating viewing for whale watchers.
  • They are best known for their range of behaviors from the simple blow, tail slapping, waving their pectoral fins, and the spectacular breach.
  • Adult whales have been seen to breach 20 – 30 times within five minutes, displaying awesome grace and power.
  • The male humpback whale is well known for its complex underwater vocalizations or whale songs during breeding season.