Les Bateliers de Percé

162, route 132

C.P. 278
Percé (Quebec) Canada
G0C 2L0
Phone:
+418-782-2974
Fax:
+418-782-5660
Toll free:
+1-877-782-2974
Email:
perce98@bmcable.ca

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Masks are required in the waiting line as well as on the boat. Eating and drinking are prohibited in both these spaces. Dogs are not allowed on cruises.

Les Bateliers de Percé offers a cruise to Parc national de l’Île-Bonaventure-et-du-Rocher-Percé with or without a stop on Bonaventure Island. Discover majestic Percé Rock up close and the largest northern gannet colony in North America on Bonaventure Island.

A whale-watching cruise with a bilingual guide is also available for those who want to learn more about these impressive marine mammals. Our comfortable glass-bottomed sightseeing boat is heated and air-conditioned, with a large observation deck.


Opening dates

Cruises to Bonaventure Island and Percé Rock: May 15 to late October
Whale-watching cruises: June 30 to September 20


Schedule

Cruises: daily, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Ticket office: June 24 to Labour Day: daily, 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.; before June 24 and after Labour Day: daily, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Cost

Excursions to Bonaventure Island: $42/adult, $20/child (6 to 15), free for children under 6. Water taxi to Bonaventure Island: $38/adult, $20/child (6 to 15), free for children under 6. Whale-watching cruises: $80/adult, $45/ child (6 to 15), free for children under 6. Rates available for groups (20+ people) or FIT clients upon request. Taxes included in all prices.

Reservations

Required for groups only

Payment methods

  • Visa  Visa
  • MasterCard  MasterCard
  • American Express  American Express
  • Interac  Interac
  • Cheque  Cheque
  • Cash  Cash

Activities available

Whale Watching
Participate in a 2h30 whale-watching cruise aboard the Capitaine Duval II and discover marine mammals. You may even feel the blow of a humpback whale, which can occur at any time!
Sea Excursions
Go on a boat tour to Bonaventure Island and Percé Rock with or without a stop on the island to visit the largest northern gannet colony in North America. With the stop on the island, the cruise is about 3 hours long; otherwise it lasts about 1h30.
Wildlife Observation
Go on a boat tour to Bonaventure Island and Percé Rock with or without a stop on the island to visit the largest northern gannet colony in North America. With the stop on the island, the cruise is about 3 hours long; otherwise it lasts about 1h30.


Services

  • No pets allowed

How to get there

In the heart of the village de Percé, departures from the Percé wharf.


Affiliations and distinctions

Affiliation

  • Tourisme Gaspésie

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