Happy Solstice from MMT!

SEWARD SPOTLIGHT The MMT Blog / Happy Solstice! Today is the longest day of the year for those of us in the northern hemisphere. Around the country, people are enjoying the extra daylight, but no one celebrates summer solstice quite like we do in Alaska. After a long winter, which can feel like it lasts […]

Celebrate World Oceans Day on June 8th!

SEWARD SPOTLIGHT The MMT Blog / World Oceans Day Join Major Marine Tours in celebrating World Oceans Day on June 8th! On this day, people around the world come together to celebrate and protect our oceans. Healthy oceans are critical to a healthy planet. As a company that explores the incredible marine ecosystems and wildlife […]

Whale SENSE – Celebrating 10 Years of Responsible Whale Watching!

SEWARD SPOTLIGHT The MMT Blog / Whale SENSE – Celebrating 10 Years of Responsible Whale Watching! Major Marine Tours has been a proud participant of Whale SENSE since 2017, and we are excited to announce that we have completed our training again for the 2019 season. Whale SENSE is a voluntary education and recognition program […]

Top Things to do in Seward this Spring

SEWARD SPOTLIGHT The MMT Blog / Top Things to do in Seward this Spring Gray whale season is upon us, with cruises running daily from March 7th – May 12th. Our Gray Whale Watching Cruise departs at 1:00pm and returns at 5:00pm, giving you ample time to explore Seward, even if you’re just in town for the […]

7 Tips for the Best Whale Watching Experience

SEWARD SPOTLIGHT The MMT Blog / 7 Tips for the Best Whale Watching Experience Major Marine Tours offers glacier and wildlife day cruises into Resurrection Bay and Kenai Fjords National Park, and whale watching is a highlight of every one of our tours. From species-focused tours like our Gray Whale Watching Cruise and Orca Quest […]

World Whale Day: February 16th, 2019

The MMT Blog / World Whale Day: February 16th, 2019 Established in 1980, World Whale Day is a widely-celebrated holiday in Hawaii, where our North Pacific humpback whales are currently spending their winter. In just a few short months, the whales will begin the 2,800 mile migration to Alaska, with the newborn calves making the […]