Puget Sound Express

227 Jackson St, Port Townsend, WA, United States

(360) 385-5288

https://www.pugetsoundexpress.com/

Three generations of our family have helped visitors have life-changing experiences with some of the most majestic creatures on the planet. We’re blessed to live in what’s been called “the American Serengeti,” with some of the highest concentration of whales and dolphins and sea life anywhere in the world — including our totem species, the orca. Few people know these waters like we do. Our experience and dedication makes it possible for us to guarantee that you’ll see whales on your trip — or we’ll give you another trip absolutely free.

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We see orcas, humpbacks, minkes and gray whales throughout the year. Of course, many folks think of whale watching as a summer activity, but some of the best encounters with whales happen in the Spring.

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