Tucker The Nantucket Whale


Ms.Sandi’s Class Journey Around The Globe!


All Aboard!

Ms. Sandi & her class are all ready to board the ship and get ready for their journey around the world!

Everyone loves Tuckey and his fun & exciting children’s book series!


Welcome Home Tuckey

What a super welcome home for Tuckey the Nantucket Whale! Go Tuckey!

Tuckey On His Last Leg of His Journey

Tuckey is on his last leg of his journey. Here he sees the nuclear submarine USS Tennessee, just departed the Kings Bay Georgia submarine base. Tuckey gives a big wave & salute while swimming by!

Tuckey in Naples, Florida

Tuckey has just arrived at Naples, Florida! So much to see & do. Looking forward to watching the Kiteboarders by the Naples Pier, visiting the Botanical Gardens and of course stopping by the Fifth Avenue Shops. It is going to be a busy fun day for Tuck ...

Tuckey Is In the Que

Tuckey is in the que.......in northbound lane (opposite this vessel) in Miraflores locks. Tuckey ready to make 48 mile transit thru Panama Canal from Pacific Ocean to Atlantic Ocean.

Tuckey in Balboa, Panama

Tuckey is approaching Balboa, Panama......then transiting the Panama Canal. It is a 48 mile stretch from Balboa to Colon, Panama......going from the Pacific Ocean to the Atlantic Ocean. Go Tuckey! Follow him on his Blog at tuckeythenantucketwhale.com

Tuckey in Lima, Peru

It's late afternoon and Tuckey is arriving Lima, Peru. It was quite a swim from Huntington Beach. Tomorrow, he is looking forward to making the trek up to Machu Picchu. He can't wait! What a sight! Then it is onto the Panama Canal and making the 48 mile transit to ... read more

Tuckey at Huntington Beach

Whew! It has been a long two weeks swimming across the Pacific Ocean! Tuckey is ready for a short break and having some fun here at the Huntington Beach Pier. Then heading south to Lima, Peru....and trek up to Machu Picchu. Follow Tuckey’s travels on his Blog at tuckeythenantucketwhale.com ... read more

Tuckey in Hawaii

Tuckey is passing thru Hawaii waters where mother whales & their calves are swimming side by side. During this time, more than 10,000 whales nurse their young here. Then in summer, migrate north to Alaska.
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