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Passengers see RED for WDCS Save the Whale Week 8 – 14 June 2009

Commercial whaling was banned in 1986, Japanese whalers alone have killed 20,000 whales.  Whales are intelligent creatures, yet the cruelty they suffer would not be accepted by most nations if inflicted on farm animals.  Whaling is horrendously cruel, unnecessary and it must stop.  Save the Whale Week gives people a chance to get involved and have some fun while they’re saving whales!

Throughout this week Gairloch Marine Wildlife Centre & Cruises are holding fun activities to raise money for the campaign!

The theme this year is RED and passengers on our cruises this week are being asked to wear something RED to show their support for the WDCS Save the Whale Campaign.  And they certainly did just that on our first cruise of the week with one of our passengers arriving in his pyjamas!

For every passengers that wears something RED we’ll be donating £5 from the cost of their ticket to the campaign.

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