Boasting the natural phenomenon of warm waters and stunning oceanscapes, Desolation Sound, Princess Louisa Inlet and the Broughton Archipelago offer the most pristine environment in the world. A safe haven of intimate coves and inlets, majestic fjords and towering mountains welcomes all yachtsmen.

Immerse yourself in the ancient culture and native history of this natural world. Explore safe anchorage locations enclosed by low shorelines, high cliffs and towering mountain sides.

The warm clear waters of Desolation Sound Marine Park are perfect for swimming and scuba diving, saltwater and freshwater fishing. These boundless territories give our charter guests the opportunity to discover their passion and free their explorer’s heart.

Let Desolation Sound Yacht Charters open the door to a lifetime of memories.

Plan Your Journey


Planning your journey is almost as satisfying as taking it. Our incredible cruising grounds of Desolation Sound, the Broughton Archipelago and Jervis Inlet require flexibility and planning. Our sample itineraries and personally crafted cruising notes make the most of your time on board and take in the highlights of our destinations. Take advantage of the in-depth local knowledge of our trained in-house skippers.

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The Fleet

The DSYC fleet of exclusive sail and motor yachts are impeccably maintained and serviced. Our maintenance schedule is the best on the coast and we guarantee our product. DSYC's reliable staff is just a call away to support you and keep you sailing.

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In Good Hands

In pursuit of their dream, Merion (aka Maz) Martin and Jennifer Knox-Martin became the proud owners and operators of DSYC in 2012. Together they have over 30 years of experience in the charter yacht industry with 100,000 sea miles, MCA/RYA Ocean Master Sailor and Certified Marine Technician Service Manager qualifications. They are past and present board directors and/or members of Comox Business In Action, International Sail and Power Association, Association of Bareboat Charter and Sailing Schools, Northwest Marine Trades Association and BC Boating.

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