Sights, Sounds and Smells to Look Forward To

 

Steller sea lions

Needless to say, we don’t take our guests ashore on this particular island. But if you do come on a tour with us we will show you this and other spectacular sights in beautiful Barkley Sound, June being a particularly good time to watch this “scene” unfold.

We hope to see you when the time is right 🙂

 

Looking Forward

2020 definitely turned out to be very different for all of us! We have missed cruising through the magical scenery of the Broken Group Islands each day, we have missed the daily wildlife sightings and the close interactions with people from all over the world.

We look forward to running tours again, hopefully starting in May 2021.

Closed for the Remainder of the 2020 Season

CLOSED FOR THE REMAINDER OF THE 2020 SEASON

Wondering where we are?

Sadly, we have had to make the difficult decision to remain closed for the rest of the 2020 season. After taking everything into careful consideration, we feel this to be the only feasible option and best for everyone.  We are off course disappointed but do look forward to operating again in 2021, well rested and with renewed enthusiasm!  

We sincerely hope that you will consider taking a tour with us in 2021.   

Take care and stay safe in these unusual times!  

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

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.