We are now open for the 2022 Season! We’ve been out on a couple of tours and have thoroughly enjoyed being out on these waters after a long winter off.
Don’t miss the opportunity to join us for a day of wildlife viewing and breathtaking scenery. Our award winning tour follows a scenic route through the sheltered waters of the Broken Group Islands where you’ll be served you a delicious gourmet lunch while anchored in a sheltered cove, meal prepared by Heartwood Kitchen Restaurant in Ucluelet.
Have a look through our website to book or find out more about our tours.
We feel honoured and excited to have been chosen for not one but THREE recent awards, namely
Many thanks to the nominees and judges for choosing our company!
We miss being out on the water every day but look forward to taking you out on a cruise once it is safe to do so!
Hopefully we will be able to welcome you soon.
In meantime, please check Tourism Ucluelet’s website for travel updates: https://www.discoverucluelet.com/covid-19
The lunch alone is worth taking our trip for! The food is delicious (prepared by Heartwood Kitchen restaurant in Ucluelet), delivered to you in a wicker basket on a luxury yacht while anchored amidst the gorgeous scenery of the Broken Group Islands – for most of our guests this is a unique experience.
The Cobb salad is shown here – other choices are salmon or chicken and all of the menu options are finger licking good! See the full menu here: Gourmet Lunch Menu
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.
This week we were lucky enough to experience a great wolf sighting in the Broken Group Islands! We saw a splash, then saw a wolf swimming across a small channel & get out on the next island, shake himself, stare at us for a moment, then disappear into the bushes!
Thanks to Dane McArthur for letting us share his photo.