Dolphins are among the most deliberate of creatures -- they do everything on porpoise. So there's no doubt that the magnificent marine mammals would flip their flippers for today's deal from the Cape May Whale Watch & Research Center: $15 for two hours of dolphin watching (regularly $30) or $20 for three hours of dolphin and whale watching (regularly $40). The center's comfortable, 80-foot cruising boat, the only craft in these parts that doubles as a marine research facility, sets sail from Utsch's Marina and circles the island's fin-tastic oceanic habitat, providing plenty of scenic photo opportunities. Whichever tour you choose, you're instructed in careful spotting techniques and receive a guarantee that you'll see marine mammals breaching the surface, perhaps playfully cavorting alongside the deck. It's the most literal whale of a time you'll have this summer.