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The website and phone message both state tour leaves hourly staring at 10 am daily and credit card accepted. Both are not true. Arrived at 10 am tour to find it would depart at 11:30 and a chalk board read cash only. So not as...More
No, it doesn't really dive. It doesn't even go very far. But it IS very yellow! At least there's that! And some pretty amazing sea life, surprisingly close to shore, all to see through a glass bottom. A rollicking good time on a lazy sunny...More
I really enjoyed my ride out to look for sea lions and fish. The captain was knowledgable and kind. We were able to see two sea lions sitting on top of some buoys and plenty of fish during the viewing from the bottom. About a...More
We arrived on a quiet Tuesday out of season, and though they were not strictly running, Laura said she had to refill the fuel tanks and if we would like to tag along she would show us what she could. I think she took pity...More
We were blown away by the equipment, staff professionalism and caring service provided by Looking Glass Tours. We rented two double kayaks for a relaxing tour of the harbor and nearby marina. We were utterly satisfied. Every item you could think of was provided...and all...More
The Looking Glass is a semi-submersible boat, meaning the top deck is above water and the lower deck is underneath the water line. On the lower deck there are comfortable, cushioned benches and two seven-foot-long picture windows, on opposing sides of the vessel, for viewing...More