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Saturday, June 8, 2008
Join us for an all day, exciting marine wildlife cruise to support local marine education non-profits, New England Coastal Wildlife Alliance (NECWA) and OceanQuest Hands-on Marine Education (OQ). Wildlife experts Wayne Petersen of Massachusetts Audubon Society, David Clapp of Natural History Services and Dr. John C. Jahoda of Bridgewater State College lead this informative excursion to view coastal marine wildlife off New England.
Our course is set along the beautiful Cape Cod coast, traveling in style aboard the “Tails of the Sea”, a 110’ luxury commercial whale watching vessel owned and operated by the Captain John Boats of Plymouth.
The cruise is from 8am-6pm, boarding at 7:30 at the Plymouth Town Pier. Enjoy our fully guided commentary, plankton demonstrations, chumming for seabirds, a full galley of delicious homemade food and our free onboard raffle to win some of our nature gifts. A wide variety of breakfast, lunch and dessert items are available for purchase.
Check our past sightings and adventures as well as view photographs at www.necwa.org/trips.html. Book your party now; spaces are limited for the comfort of you, our passengers. Book 10 passengers with your organization and receive a FREE ticket!
Tickets: Pre-Sale $95 and then $110 if after May 1st (includes a $20 non-refundable registration fee that will be recognized as a donation to support marine education).
Please email Christina@oceanquest.org or KrillCarson@mac.com if you or your organization would like to donate items that could be used for the galley (food, travel mugs, etc.) or the onboard raffle (any nature-related item).