Sea Goddess Whale Watching Monterey Bay
is rated the #1 whale watching tour
in central Monterey and Moss Landing
Departing from Moss Landing at the mouth of the submarine canyon,
the whales feed on an abundance of rich nutrients.
This means less travel time and MORE whale watching time!
Whale Watching Monterey Bay is an unforgettable experience!
Monterey Bay Canyon is a playground for ocean creatures! Come observe blue whales, humpback whales, gray whales, killer whales (orcas), dolphins, sea otters, seals, sea lions, jellyfish, pelicans, sooty sheerwaters, sea turtles, and much more in their natural environment aboard Sea Goddess. Our certified naturalists will share their passion to educate and amaze you with facts about these magnificent animals.
Moss Landing, the departure point of Sea Goddess Whale Watching, is situated in the perfect location at the mouth of the canyon midway between Santa Cruz and Monterey. The canyon’s depth (about 1 mile) and nutrient availability, due to the regular invasion of nutrient rich sediment, provide an ideal habitat for many marine life forms that feed, play and live in their underwater park.
Imagine being up close and personal with some of the largest, most graceful and rare mammals in the world as they migrate and surface from the deep sea through the abundant feeding grounds of Monterey Bay: the Whale Watching Capital of the World.
With over 25 years experience on Monterey Bay and a fully narrated cruise with our on board Marine Biologist, you will learn about these magnificent Dinosaurs of our time on the most pristine and spacious vessel in the harbor, the Sea Goddess, Coast Guard certified for up to 93 passengers.
Our passengers get excited about seeing whales up close and personal interacting and rubbing their barnacles off against the boat, which they do voluntarily on occasion, watching the largest mammal on earth – the Blue Whale, seeing predation events whether it is orcas (killer whales) on the hunt for its prey, or humpback whales lunge feeding at the surface.
Departing from Moss Landing, the Sea Goddess is situated in the center of Monterey Bay between Santa Cruz and Monterey at the mouth of the Monterey Bay Submarine Canyon where the whales play, live, and feed on the abundant anchovies, squid and sardines in this rich nutrient sea canyon – This means more time watching the whales and less travel time!