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Boat Rentals on Whidbey Island
Whidbey Island (and surrounding Camano Islands) is a great place to rent a boat or book a boat tour. It’s a beloved area of the Pacific Northwest for outdoor enthusiasts, and virtually all types of boats and equipment for water activities can be rented. Whidbey Island is in Puget Sound, making it also the perfect place for a whale watching tour by boat.
Powerboats, pontoons, and sailboats are great for cruising around Whidbey Island or exploring further out to the San Juan Islands or even Port Townsend. There is so much gorgeous scenery to take in - don’t forget to bring a camera along. If you want a local guide to show you beautiful spots around Whidbey Island - book a boat tour for a safe and informative experience.
A popular thing to do on Whidbey Island (for both locals and tourists) is to go fishing! Go fishing with a sportfishing charter or rent a fishing boat on your own to cruise and troll. Catch fish year-round on a fishing charter from Whidbey Island.
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Boat Rental FAQs for Whidbey Island, Washington
Can you see whales from Whidbey Island?
Whidbey Island is a great whale watching destination. From the shore, you can occasionally see migrating pods of gray whales and orcas, your best chance of seeing lots of whales from Whidby is on a boat tour. You can book a private boat tour or a ticket on a group trip to see whales out in Puget Sound, leaving from Whidbey Island.
Where can you see whales in Puget Sound?
Puget Sound is great for whale watching. See whales from Whidbey Island or on a boat tour, you’re almost guaranteed to see gray whales and orcas any time of year. Spring is a great season for whale watching in Puget Sound, as you’ll catch many on their migrations.
What is Whidbey Island known for?
Logistically, Whidbey Island is known for the Naval Base. It’s an island of about 70,000 residents. For tourists and visitors, Whidbey Island is known for hiking, freshwater lakes, boating and water experiences along the coastline, and lovely beaches. It’s a great place to rent a boat, kayak, go fishing, or even try sailing.