Ocean Adventures Catamaran

Quick Details

Burial at Sea
$800
Private charter 1-25 passengers
$1500
Cocktail Cruise
$1500
Parade of Lights
$1500
Whale Watching 2 Hour Charter
$2650
Laguna Beach Sightseeing
$3250
Corporate Charter
$5200

Dana Wharf’s newest vessel is the 63-foot catamaran Ocean Adventures, which comfortably holds up to 59 passengers. Dana Wharf’s catamaran was licensed by the U.S. Coast Guard to hold 59 passengers and is the only vessel of its kind to be re-certified from 49 to 59 passengers. This luxury vessel was built exclusively for Dana Wharf!

This eco-friendly vessel is the future of whale watching and features high-tech viewing cameras mounted at the bow, a roomy viewing deck and an inside cabin offering viewing from every area of the vessel. This vessel even offers a large sun area on the back deck for sun lovers and the smoothest ride on the water! You will LOVE this vessel! You’ll feel like you can reach out and touch the dolphins that swim right beneath you!

For more information on the Ocean Adventure Catamaran, visit its complete website here.

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OCean Adventures Captains

Captain Corey Hall

Operations Manager
Board of Directors, Gray Whale Foundation
Certified Marine Naturalist, American Cetacean Society

Captain Corey has loved the ocean since he can remember. He was born in Laguna Beach and got his Captain’s License when he was a young man of 19. He’s been on the water ever since, sharing and educating locals and visitors on the marine life here in Dana Point.

He loves both whale watching and fishing equally, especially when there are first-timers or kids on board. Captain Corey enjoys catching Calico Bass because it takes skill and finesse. There are several ways to fish Calico Bass and they can be caught year round here in Dana Point.

Since being a member of the Dana Wharf team of Captains, Captain Corey has a lot of good memories, but perhaps the most memorable was hosting the world’s tallest man on a whale watching trip. “His shoes were as big as many of the fish we catch,” explained the Captain.

Captain Todd Mansur

Director of Marine Mammal Education Programs
Board of Directors, Gray Whale Foundation
Certified Marine Naturalist, American Cetacean Society

Captain Todd was born in Laguna Beach and for the past 32 years has had a career on the ocean. Through a variety of experiences he has had the opportunity to observe hundreds of different marine species, both fish and mammals.

At the impressionable age of 13 he was the only crew member for a 20 passenger operation that fished during the spring, summer, and fall. During the winter he crewed for a whale watching operation. This early exposure to Mother Ocean had a huge impact on Todd.

In 1992 Captain Todd became Dana Wharf Whale Watching’s lead naturalist and conducts all of the pre-excursion in-classroom education for Orange County’s schools. This is also a major role for Todd as a Board Member of the Gray Whale Foundation.

Todd does pubic speaking engagements on the topic upon request. Todd worked as a writer, editor and photographer for the film “Sharing the Shores off Dana Point: A Whale and Dolphin Exploration.”