Things to Bring

Even if it is warm, a jacket or sweatshirt is recommended because it can be cool on the water. Note: there are no heated cabins on the boat!

Most of the seating area is covered providing shade for our passengers. However, hats, sunglasses, and sunscreen may still be good to have with you.

No food or drinks are served onboard, however, passengers are welcome to bring items with them (glass containers are discouraged).

Binoculars are often used for sightseeing and seal watching. There are some binoculars on board (but not enough for everyone) if passengers do not have their own.

Sea bands are provided (to borrow) at the beginning of every cruise at no additional cost. These are little wristbands that work on a theory of acupressure and are helpful for passengers with a tendency for motion sickness. This product can also be purchased over the counter at most pharmacies if passengers would like their own.

Cameras are welcome. However, filming or other recordings of the lobstering part of the cruise is not permitted.