2020 Opening Date Postponed

Our season usually starts on May 1st, however this year, due to COVID-19, we will remain closed until further notice.   We are monitoring the situation closely and will post an update once we have new information regarding a possible opening date.

We look forward showing you the incredible wildlife and scenery of our beautiful area as soon as it if safe to do so.

Until then, please stay home and stay safe!

For more information, or to enquire about tours on any future dates, please contact us via email at info@archipelagocruises.com

Great Week on the Water

Last week was a good one for us in terms of wildlife sightings. We saw a Gray whale one day, a Humpback the next, then a group of Orcas and we also saw a healthy Black Bear sow with her TRIPLETS a couple of time. Most days we saw sea otters, all this along with the “usual” sightings of sea lions, seals, a multitude of eagles and other sea birds.

 

End of Season

Our 2018 season has come to an end. The last few days have been close to perfect so we are pleased that it ended on such a high note. Do stay tuned as there will be more adventures to come as of May 2019!

 

Perfect October Days

The last few days have been glorious, the kind of conditions we hope for all year:

Fabulous weather and great sightings over the last few days.

Still Cruisin’

Cruising through breathtaking scenery on a fine day – what more could a person want! The good news is that it is not too late – we’re open until Oct. 14th.

Rugged Seascapes

One of many beautiful views along our route. We never tire of it as the light, tides, colours are always different, no two days the same.

Endless Photo Ops

Beautiful wildlife images take by Vicki Wright who took our Broken Group Islands Cruise on August 14th

 

Wildlife Tour Company of the Year 2018 in BC

                                          We feel honoured to have won this award!

End of our 2017 Season

Our 2017 season is now well behind us. It is with some sadness that we left beautiful Barkley Sound about 2 weeks ago to take the Raincoast Maiden down the coast to Sidney where she is now safely tucked into a boat house. We will be working on her here, getting her ship shape for next year!

Leaving our anchorage in the Broken Group Islands at first light