Lets face it, when it comes to booking a whale watch, you’re on a boat and no tour operator can guarantee that you will see whales. There were a few different options to book online but we went with North Sailing as they had the time slot we wanted and had good reviews. I’m so glad we booked with them though as the tour operators were great, super knowledgeable as they’d been doing it for years, and really passionate about the whales. One of the photographers on the boat was so genuinely excited every time a whale was spotted, and kept giving us interesting whale facts.It was sooooo cold so even though we wore as many layers as we could pack on, these stylish jumpsuits were a life saver.When we saw our first whale everyone on the boat went nuts, and little did we know it would be a very regular occurrence. The humpback whales were out in full force feeding and playing, and we even got to see two together a couple times. On the way back at the end of our tour, we got to have hot chocolate and a cinnamon bun which really hit the spot after a couple hours on the ocean in the freezing cold.