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Dana Wharf is now offering sunset whale-watching tours

February 19, 2010 | 10:59 am

A gray whale swims past fog-shrouded Santa Catalina Island on its southward migration to warm-water breeding grounds off Baja California.

Dana Wharf in Dana Point is now offering sunset whale-watching tours every Friday and Saturday through April.

Departing at 4 p.m., these two-hour tours aboard the 95-foot Dana Pride offer whale-watchers the opportunity for unique photos, with the colors of sunset providing a different perspective.

Dana Wharf guarantees whale or dolphin sightings; otherwise, everyone aboard receives a voucher to come back for another trip during the current gray whale migration.

The cost for adults is $29, ages 3-12 $19, and seniors $24, and advance tickets are recommended. Reservations can be made online or by calling (800) 979-3370.

-- Kelly Burgess

Photo: A gray whale swims past fog-shrouded Santa Catalina Island on its southward migration to warm-water breeding grounds off Baja California. Credit: Luis Sinco / Los Angeles Times

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