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Sub Sea Tours and Kayaks

699 Embarcadero Ste 9, Morro Bay, CA 93442-2275
+1 805-772-9463
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Peaceful and unique tour around the bay

We wanted to just chill out for 45 mins so took this tour around the bay. It is reasonably priced... read more

Reviewed 29 August 2016
bay_area_boss
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bay area
Kayaking in Morro Bay

Everyone here was super laid back and friendly. I'm used to pushing off right from the beach, but... read more

Reviewed 26 August 2016
Jaimie3
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Long Island, New York
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Sub Sea Tours - bay cruise offering above water and below water viewing.Humpback Whale Watching - May through October, watch the humpback whales feed and frolic near Morro bay on the Central Coast.Gray Whale Watching - Gray whales migrate through the area as early as November until March. Over 24,000 whales pass by Morro Bay to and from Alaska and Mexico during these months. Stand Up Paddleboards, Canoe, and Kayaking - self-guided tours in the bay.
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699 Embarcadero Ste 9, Morro Bay, CA 93442-2275
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Reviewed 29 August 2016

We wanted to just chill out for 45 mins so took this tour around the bay. It is reasonably priced and they show around some lions, sea otters and buildings, Morro rock and coastal buildings. It is unique because you can go down in the...More

Thank bay_area_boss
Reviewed 26 August 2016

Everyone here was super laid back and friendly. I'm used to pushing off right from the beach, but they were really helpful with getting us into and out of the kayaks off the dock. Reasonably priced and good equipment.

Thank Jaimie3
Reviewed 21 August 2016

This was worth the expense. The boat trip takes you about 7 miles out into the Pacific Ocean on a hunt to find the humpback whales that feed off the California coast in summer. Whales are wild animals and the Pacific is huge, so I...More

Thank n1968ick
Reviewed 20 August 2016 via mobile

Our guide at the 4 o 'clock ride knew everything about the whales. We saw a lot - also sun fish, dolphines, and he explained the bird life too. I took a lot of nice pics. A last even a whale jumped of the water!...More

Thank Nicole E
Reviewed 19 August 2016

Our family of five took this one-hour boat ride and had a great time. At first you start out above water looking at the sea lions resting on a dock, then you get to go below deck and watch the fish swarm for the food...More

Thank lindagY9625ZI
Reviewed 11 August 2016

We were apprehensive since most whale watching tours we have been on were much larger boats traveling much farther in the ocean. We tried it and we seen 3 humpbacks pretty close. The staff was fantastic.

Thank lubesdad
Reviewed 1 August 2016

booked the 9 AM tour 22 July,we missed it due to GPS issues, office was helpful and rebooked us on the 12.30 tour,nice. Boat left finally at 1 PM, in the bay smooth waters,then in the "open" ocean it became more bumpy. Half of the...More

Thank fvdc2014
Reviewed 30 July 2016 via mobile

We took the 4pm trip. We had read lots of reviews about whale watching, sea sickness and not seeing any whales. It was cold once out on the sea and it was also choppy. Dane the skipper was a fantastic host and he was extremely...More

1  Thank TheAskews5
Reviewed 22 July 2016

Short on time - this is the tour for you. Short on cash - this is the tour for you. Needing a change of pace - this is the mini tour for you. So much fun getting out on the bay, learning a bit of...More

1  Thank Bodie2008
Reviewed 16 June 2016

I took my son whale watching last year and we had a great time although the whales weren't really cooperative. This year we got lucky and found two whales immediately! It was a great experience. If you are prone to car or sea sickness please...More

Thank splinter1968
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fvdc2014
Hi,did you see any whales ???
4 August 2016|
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Response from Mom_with_Teenagers14 | Reviewed this property |
Agree with above; if you go on a whale watching tour you will probably see whales. I went in June of this year and we saw many whales, and it was amazing.
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NigelandSally
We will be in Morro Bay on Wednesday 10 September and would like to take a whale watch tour. Do we need to book in advance to ensure we get two seats?
10 July 2015|
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Response from Sub Sea T | Property representative |
Hi there We do suggest making reservations a day or two in advance. It has been a fantastic season for humpback whales and we are definitely planning to run trips throughout the month of September and even in to November for... More
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threeonrtheroad
Planning to take a whale watch tour when we are in Morro Bay in early April. Does the time of day affect number of whales you're likely to see? In other words, are we likely to see more whales on the morning tour vs. midday vs. afternoon? Appreciate any input!
18 March 2015|
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Response from Sub Sea T | Property representative |
The mornings trips are usually much more of a sure thing due to the fact conditions are typically calmer in the morning and there is more of a likelihood for the wind to pick up in the afternoon. The afternoon trips will... More
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