Located at the top of Cape Breton Island
Come whale watching with Captain Fraser and family in Bay St. Lawrence along Nova Scotia’s most northern coastline at the Top of Cape Breton Island: just minutes off the Cabot Trail.
In Bay St. Lawrence you will be in the feeding grounds for the highly social long-finned pilot whales, the quick swimming white-sided dolphins, baleen whales such as minke, humpback and fin whales, who share the isolated, cliff-bound coastline with grey seals, and seabirds such as bald eagles, guillemots and cormorants.
Locally owned and operated, the Fraser family has lived in Northern Cape Breton, Nova Scotia for over five generations. Captain Fraser has over 35 years of seafaring experience, 30 as Captain. The Captain and crew are local, experienced guides and, most important of all, Coast Guard trained for your safety.
Experience the wonders of the Atlantic in the safety of the Oshan, a 42 Foot Coast Guard-approved fishing boat and touring vessel that surpasses industry safety standards for deep sea fishing and touring.
Daily Departure Times
July 1st to September 30th
10:30 am, 1:30 pm and 4:30 pm
Tour Length: 2 to 2 1/2 hours
Senior (60+): $40.00
Youth (6-18): $30.00
Child Under Six: Free*
*Though free, children must be included with your booking.
Satisfaction guaranteed, or your tour is free.
August 2023 in Bay St. Lawrence, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia had some changeable weather, but lots of long-finned pilot whales.
Shortly after our last blog, Nova Scotia suffered a massive "thousand year" flooding event on the 21st of July. Although Down North Cape Breton and Unama'kik itself were largely spared from the flooding, we still received a dramatic amount of wind, rain, and warm...
July started out great, then the weather got in our way.
Spectacular and Somber Sightings, August 2022 August whale watching sightings returned to form and were fantastic as the pilot whales showed up in their traditional numbers. Why? To put it simply, in July we didn’t get the weather for whale watching, but in August we...
Lack of whales in July 2022, but the Highland Coastline is inspiring.
Oshan Whale Watch has finished the 2021 whale watching season. We had a great time whale watching and met lots of people who we hope to see again. It was fabulous to see returning customers some who come back every year, and some who came back for the first time in a...
The 2021 Oshan Whale Watch Test Run.
Oshan Whale Watch’s 2020 pandemic experience: whale watching, but with less people!
Oshan Whale Watch, located at the top of Cape Breton Nova Scotia, is making safety a top priority during the pandemic.