New Hampshires Favorite Day At Sea!
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Our Ship

whaleboatmainROOMY – The Atlantic Queen II is 80′ long

FAST – We get you to the whales quickly

CLEAN – With an experienced captain & crew

COAST GUARD CERTIFIED – For up to 100 miles off shore


LARGE, ENCLOSED CABIN,  FULL GALLEY – Sandwiches, drinks, snacks

GUARANTEED SIGHTINGS! – You will see whales or get a free ticket to come again

Meet Your Crew:

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Capt. Brad Cook: Vessel owner, has over thirty five years experience operating passenger vessels in the Gulf of Maine.  As a former secondary school educator in the marine and physical sciences, he looks forward to sharing the ocean environment and its inhabitants with newcomers and old salts alike.



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Capt. Todd: Started with Atlantic Fleet in 2007 while at the University of New Hampshire. In addition to his time in the Gulf of Maine, Todd also has experience fishing and working on boats off of Key West in both the Southern Atlantic Ocean as well as the Gulf of Mexico.




Mason: He has a slight obsession with fishing so you can often find him hanging off the back rail of the boat with his fishing rod. When is not on the boat he is probably training with Todd for field trials. Not a bad life for a retriever.






2017 Crew:

Kelly: Kelly is a high school science teacher. In addition to teaching she also has been spending her summers for the last 8 years working on boats in both New Hampshire and Canada.

Matt: Matt grew up in Rye and now spends his winters working at a heli-skiing operation in Alaska.

Jordan: Jordan has been on the Atlantic Queen II for quite some time now. His dad worked here and Jordan used to tag along. Jordan just finished up high school and is off to the US Air Force at the end of the summer.

Johnny: Johnny has been around Rye Harbor since before he could walk. He is now going into his senior year of High School and will be joining the crew of the AQII a couple days a week.