In the meantime, guided by the advice from the BC health authority and WorkSafeBC, we are working on adapting our daily routines to ensure that our guests will feel confident about safety once we do run tours. We will post our safety plan once an opening date has been set.
We miss being out on the water and the contact with our guests but look forward to being able to showcase our beautiful area and the abundant wildlife when the time is right!
We thank you for your understanding and hope to see you soon.
If you have any questions or wish to book, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll get back to you within 24 hours.
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 email@example.com
No sooner are we closed for the season and already we’re getting ready for next year! We made use of the fantastic weather we had this past week by treating our brand new teak deck chairs with a couple of coats of oil.
Don’t miss the opportunity to be one of the lucky guests to sit in one of these chairs in 2019!
Lunch time is by far the busiest time of day for us as we set up tables and chairs all over the boat, get the lunch baskets and drinks ready, serve the meals, check on our guests, clear away, then take everything down and continue on our journey through the islands. And all this in the space of one hour! For most of our guests this is a very unique experience – a moment of magic.
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.
Two of our guests, Sophie & Christoph, enjoying the delicious gourmet meal (prepared by Norwoods Restaurant) while anchored in a sheltered cove in the Broken Islands. What more could a person want?
The Broken Group Islands – many moods but always beautiful!
Bald eagles mate for life. Here is a couple saying “I Do”..
The other day we were lucky enough to see an ocean sunfish (Mola mola), one of the more bizarre creatures we encounter.