Let me just start off by saying , that the Dolphin Fleet whale watch was incredible. I have never done any whale/dolphin sightseeing cruises before, but was in complete awe at the astonding size and beauty of the whales. The boat was simple. We sat up on the bow in order to get set up for pictures. There are refreshments on board for those who are interested. The staff were friendly and knowledgeable. One of the snack bar employees was nice enough to loan me some suntan lotion. (bring lotion no matter what moth it is. You will get burnt) . It was chilly in October. I wore a tank,sweater, and Landsend jacket suited for 40 below. A hat or hood would've been heplful but otherwise I was fairly warm. The captain was nice enough to educate us and also turn the boat several times to make sure we had a decent vantage point for seeing the whales. We saw quite a few. The most tortorous part was the ride out there . It is alot of sea, and for those not accostomed to ships, alot of vomiting. For me, the worst part was OTHER people getting sick. Now not only do they warn you about seasickness, but they also sell dramine on board (although you shoould take it an hr before travel). I was perfectly fine , but am the type of person who may start to feel uneasy if other are getting sick all around me. Halfway through, I started thinking, (what if I get seasick?) and over thinking it. Also, when they were pointing out whales, it was to my absolute discust to see not only a grown man vomiting over the side, but a child vomiting from the top deck onto the people below him. I find it completely irresponsible for people to not have taken precaution ahead of time as to take dramine. It did not ruin my magical experience of seeing whales up close, but sadly it is ingrained in my mind with the happy moments I experienced.