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Things you might want to bring on the whale watch:
- You should be prepared for a variety of weather conditions.
several layers of warm clothing (particularly early in the season)
available; have foul weather gear available.
It's always better to be a "MORE-ON" than a
"LESS-ON", i.e., you can always take off layers of clothes if you are
too warm, but if you are cold, it's hard to add layers that you don't
- Shoes ... strong, sturdy, flat, non-skid, rubber-soled.
- A hat ... under cold conditions much body heat
is lost through your head. During warm weather a hat is needed to
protect you from the sun, rain, etc..
- Sun screen ... that blocks UVa and UVb.
- Sun glasses ... VERY IMPORTANT!
- Sea-sick medication .... If you are prone to motion
sickness, take medication before coming on board
- The vessel has a full galley with food and drinks for purchase, but
also feel free to bring your own.
- For offshore trips (all of the above and the following):
- Sleeping bag (or blanket) and pillow;