H and M Landing is San Diego’s oldest Sportfishing company. Most of the year, they offer half-day, full-day, and multi-day fishing trips out of San Diego Harbor. During the annual gray whale migration, they offer whale watching trips popular with families and groups.
H and M Landing also offer Baja California adventure expeditions. All whale watching trips include informative narration about whales and their migration along the California coast. Crews are friendly and helpful, and expert and find whales. Chances are you will spot whales, and you will defiantly see otters and the usual dolphins that swim alongside the boat.
An onboard galley offers snacks and coffee, and hot chocolate, which really hits the spot on a cool morning run out to find whales off the San Diego Coast. Bring along sunglasses, and light jacket chances are it will get windy off the coast. A good cell phone with a camera is a must. Photo ops of whales, dolphins, and seals are the norm on every whale watching trip offered by H and M Landing.
Whale Watching trips are offered from mid-November through mid-April. During peak whale watching, there are morning and afternoon trips. Mornings there will probably be fog; afternoon wind can be expected. Trips last about three hours. H and M Landing has been offering whale watching since 1935 and has the experience to find whales. If they are out there, H and M will find them.
Children need to be at least 2 years old and 35 pounds. Minor children require adult supervision at all times. If you have a problem with motion sickness, pick up an over-the-counter medicine, or you can purchase it at H and M Landing ticket counter.
Weekend trips can get crowded, so if possible, take a weekday whale watching trip. Phone Number (619) 222-11444 H and M Landing 2803 Emerson Street San Diego 92106. website.
A valid picture I.D. is required by the U.S. Coast Guard on all trips, for all passengers – including minors. Be sure to bring your driver’s license, school I.D., or other such documents. Valid documentation for a minor can be a school I.D. or birth certificate.