End of our 2019 Season

We are now closed for the season but we already look forward to another year of adventures starting in May 2020!

Last Chance …

It is not too late yet to come out with us before we close for the season – we’d love to see you aboard!

Being Unique

A humpback whale can be identified by the unique black and white pattern on the underside of the flukes. This individual is one you would not easily forget.

Fried Egg Sunny Side Up!

It is not hard to guess how the fried egg jelly fish got its name! 

Big Bear Family

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Luckily this sow and her triplets like Ucluelet as much as we do. Recently we have seen her almost daily.

 

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.

 

Wildlife Tour Company of the Year in BC

We are extremely proud to have been awarded “Wildlife Tour Company of the Year in BC” for the second year in a row!!!

The boys are leaving town

The “boys club” has thinned out considerably in recent days.  Only a few California sea lions remain as most have left the area and headed south to meet up with their ladies. Luckily they don’t stay away for long, so we eagerly await their return in late summer.

One Big Momma!

Recently we’ve been lucky enough to get the odd sighting of this sow and her two cubs

Now Open for the Season

Yesterday we ran our first tour of the season.  We had sunny skies, good views and wildlife sightings, a delicious gourmet meal catered by Heartwood Kitchen while anchored in the Broken Group Islands and we even saw three Gray whales!