Catamaran Marine Safari

4+ Hours | 10 Passengers | 2 Crew | from $2,500

Luxury Marine Safari gives you a chance to get up-close and personal with Whales, Dolphins, Sea Lions and other fascinating marine animals with Style and Comfort aboard of our Luxury Yacht. Southern California is one of the world’s top Whale Watching destinations. Great weather provides perfect conditions for year around Marine Life watching.

$2,500 for first 4 hours
+$600 per additional hour
3-hour minimum
10 Passenger Maximum

Availability

Marine Safaris
Daily from 6am to 11pm

Departing from Marina del Rey

The vessel will depart from Long Beach Harbor.  Parking is $10 per car.

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From: $2,500.00

Description

Cetacea Long Beach Coastal Marine Safari

This beautiful sailing catamaran departs from Long Beach Harbor.

Nothing is more peaceful that sailing the open ocean on nothing but the wind.  No sounds of engines or generators.  This beautiful 42′ Lagoon catamaran will not disappoint.

    • Spacious seating indoors or out for up to 10 passengers
    • Beautiful interior salon
    • Full size bathroom
    • Galley
    • Luxurious outdoor cockpit
    • Swim Step
    • Dinghy tender for Catalina Island Trips

Pricing

$2,500 for first 4 hours
+$600 per additional hour
3-hour minimum
10 Passenger Maximum

Charter Includes:

    • Captain
    • Crew
    • Vessel
    • Fuel
    • Docking or Mooring Fees
    • Bottled Water

Charter Excludes:

    • Food & Drink (You may bring your own)
    • Crew Gratuity (Please bring cash to tip the crew that took care of you)
    • Paid Parking or Parking Validation
    • Towels, Sunscreen, Motion Sickness Medicine (Please take prior to boarding)
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Payments & Deposits
This boat requires a 50% deposit to book.  The final payment must be made no more than 4 days prior to your charter date.  Bookings for travel within the next 4 days require payment-in-full. All credit card payments must be made by a passenger traveling onboard the vessel with government issued identification.