Dana Wharf's Four-Hour Catamaran Adventure Cruise: Gray Whales and More
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The last date listed for Dana Wharf's Catamaran Adventure Cruise was Sunday March 15, 2009 / 8:00am (Festival of Whales).
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Indulge in an end-of-week treat with a 90-minute evening catamaran cruise, where you'll sip wine and take in the gorgeous sunset views of Dana Point Harbor. You'll be treated to four samples of wine -- two reds and two whites -- from The Organic Cellar, whose offerings are organically grown and pesticide-free. There's also cheese, crackers, fruit and nuts to go with the wine, and the vessel features a cash bar offering additional beverages for purchase. The 63-foot catamaran, the Ocean Adventures, was built exclusively for Dana Wharf and features high-tech viewing cameras mounted at the bow, a roomy viewing deck and the smoothest ride on the water. Learn More
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Featured review from Jason Croddy
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I'm a little spoiled because I've been whale watching in Santa Barbara and that was way cooler, but this was an excellent trip.
The catamaran isn't very big so you are able to get very close to dolphins and sea lions.
The crew is fantastic... they are all very nice and very helpful.
The sandwich, chips, and drink that come with the trip are a lot better than I expected (I expected pre-made sandwiches and a Capri Sun, I got a fresh, handmade sandwich and a Snapple).
And to top it all off, we saw 3 whales mate for 1.5 hours.
The 63-foot Ocean Adventure catamaran is a beautiful new state-of-the-art vessel with a full-service deli-style galley, offering 4-hour Grey Whale Voyages.
This unique excursion on Dana Wharf’s new ecofriendly, smooth riding catamaran will take you into the open waters of the Pacific to find large pods of the California Gray Whale. All trips feature a certified marine biologist for a one-on-one educational experience.
All four-hour trips include lunch, consisting of a deli style sandwich, chips, and soda. A full cash bar is also available on board.