Private Whale Watching 13 CsommentsPosted On : 07 Jun 2012
Check in here to get the latest on private Whale Watching with SeaSalt Charters out of Provincetown, MA., in Cape Cod.
admin SaysCommented On : 04 Mar 2013
10 more days to book a private whale watch or fishing trip for July or August at 10% off. come out of provincetown, MA., in Cape Cod.
admin SaysCommented On : 04 Jan 2013
Keep an eye out for new pictures to be posted from 2012, which was a spectacular summer for private whale watching out of Provincetown, MA., in Cape Cod!!
admin SaysCommented On : 04 Jan 2013
Happy New Years from SeaSalt Charters!! We are already making plans to have an outstanding 2013 season of watching whales out of Provincetown, MA., in Cape Cod.
admin SaysCommented On : 05 Aug 2012
We have been very busy here at SeaSalt Charters out of Provincetown, MA., in Cape Cod. In the last week we have done over a dozen Private Whale Watches and the whales have been phenomenal, right off the backside beaches of Cape Cod and Truro. Nearly 25 Humpback Whales have been hanging around there and feeding at the surface very consistently providing us with memorable Private Whale Watches. This has been an extraordinary summer of whale watching out of Provincetown, hopefully the Humpback whales keep it up and our sightings stay top notch for the month of August!!
admin SaysCommented On : 30 Jul 2012
The whale activity off of Provincetown, MA., in Cape Cod just keeps getting better. The last 2 days have been remarkable. I have told the last 3 groups that their whale watch was the best of the season, and each one was. They just keep getting better. Nearly 2 dozen Humpback Whales all feeding at the surface and right at Peaked Hill , which means they are close to Provincetown and we get to spend a whole lot more time with them. The Whales are here , its time !!
Team up on a private Whale Watch out of Provincetown, Cape Cod 15 CsommentsPosted On : 08 May 2012
If you are dreaming of doing a private Whale Watch with SeaSalt Charters out of Provincetown, MA., in Cape cod, but your vacation budget won’t quite cut it, consider teaming up with a couple other folks who are “in the same boat” as you. It’s a great way to be able to go out and see the whales in a private setting, but for only part of the cost, you may also meet some folks that you end up connecting with while watching the magnificent whales of Cape Cod.
Post here the days you are thinking of and how many are in your party. Also check in regularly to see who else has posted.
Sean Bonawitz SaysCommented On : 14 May 2013
2 people interested in teaming up with 2 more for Sat May 18.
Faye SaysCommented On : 12 May 2013
We have 2 people interested in sharing a private whale watch from June 5 to 7, preferably in the AM.
Hazel SaysCommented On : 08 May 2013
Is anyone interested in teaming up for a trip on Thursday 20 June? There's two of us, so any number up to four would work. Thanks, Hazel
admin SaysCommented On : 03 May 2013
2 people interested in sharing a private whale watch from June 4 to June 9. Please contact us if interested. Thanks
Brenda SaysCommented On : 03 May 2013
2 people interested in sharing a private whale watch on June 10, 11 or 12 -- would prefer afternoon or sunset trip, but could go mornings, too.
Striped Bass fishing in Cape Cod Bay One CommentPosted On : 07 May 2012
The Striped Bass fishing scene out of Provincetown, Cape Cod has been excellent so far this spring with big ones being landed on all sorts of baits and lures from all different depths. Check this blog to see how we are making out daily. SeaSalt Charters is booking up, so call us early to book your trip!!!
admin SaysCommented On : 23 Jul 2012
we have not been posting much on our Bass blog, but there is plenty to discuss. Last week in Chatham we caught over 1000 pounds of commercial keepers in 2 days. Then the big ones stopped biting. Now up here in provincetown, it is loaded with recreational keeper sized bass. This is great news, becuase Cape Cod bay has been a little quiet of late. We had a charter this morning and we must have landed about 25 fish, its really really good right now!!
Pelagic Birding Trips One CommentPosted On : 30 Apr 2012
If you are interested in joining in on a Pelagic Birding trip and have questions please post them here. They will be answered by Peter Trull, the host of our exciting birdwatching trips. Also please visit our page under charters devoted to Pelagic Birding, or contact Peter Trull at email@example.com.
Peter Trull SaysCommented On : 01 Jul 2012
The Race Point waters are picking up as Shearwaters, jaegers, gannets , terns and gulls are beginning to arrive in numbers. Wilson's storm petrels are still absent as of today June 30, so I am awaiting their imminent arrival. E mail me to sign up for our July 8th trip! Peter Trull