New Location in 2019!

We are excited about our beautiful new location! As of 2019 our tours will run out of the marina at the Canadian Princess Lodge located at 1943 Peninsula Rd in Ucluelet.

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.

Ready for Lunch in Paradise?

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.

The Most Scenic Restaurant in the World!

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?

  

Breakfast on the Beach

Some days our tour just starts off perfectly …… with a black bear rolling over rocks along the shore to look for crabs underneath.

Dine “With The Birds”

We love the time of year in the spring when we are visited by hummingbirds while anchored in the Broken Group Islands at lunch time. Our guests literally get to “dine with the birds”.

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

Still Open For Business!

We’re still open for business and the weather forecast for the next few days looks great! A glimpse of what to expect as seen through the lens of Gerry Fairbrother who came out with us on Sept. 23rd. Thanks, Gerry, for letting me share these – it was hard to pick only a few.