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This beach is a hidden gem, wish I would’ve known about it sooner. When you drop down to the waterfront feels like you’re in a small town. If you hang out long enough you are bound to see wildlife swimming about. An added bonus is...More
We were staying in Torrence for a few days on a work trip. We spent the morning on this trip. Fantastic value for money, saw lots of dolphins and sea lions. Sadly no whales!
But what a fabulous way to spend a morning for $35!
Two bad experiences with this company.
Day 1, good weather
First the boat was full. 41 persons on board, with at least 10 children. 42 max. they said to us. We were with three and they did not let us enter. They did not want...More
The Captain and Russell made everyone feel welcome and offered excellent customer service. We did not see any whales on our trip but had several dolphins jumping and swimming in front of the boat. The boat ride alone was fantastic!! I did get a little...More
You'll never experience a true JOY, untill you see a Whale breach out of the water, it's so exciting and beautiful energy. I keep hoping my Whales here in Redondo, could breach as much as thee Maui Whales do, but just watch them as often...More
Loved the Captain and the Crew...Saw lot's of Dolphins and Whales with Baby's Very nice trip~~I can not wait to go again...hoping grandkids will visit and all of us go~!! Redondo Beach is awesome..Voyager is awesome
I'm a local so I've been on the boat several times. It's an older boat and has a lot of character. I love sitting (mostly standing) near the front bow. I've been on trips where we've seen a dozen whales in two hours and some...More
Expect a friendly afternoon, relatively calm waters, relatively warm weather, convivial shipmates. It's not a big boat. It's not a fast boat. But it gets you there, and the captain knows where to go to find active surface sea-life. The fact that as soon as...More