Vancouver Island Resident Discounts for May & June Charters – New Bookings Only


Your journey begins today.

As you set to sea from Comox you will experience unparalleled natural beauty, encounter the untamed wildlife of the Pacific Ocean and visit seaside communities rich in heritage and tradition.

Your ocean adventure offers an authentic experience with nature’s wildest creatures. Vivien Island is home to enormous sea lions, Mittlenatch Island is a sanctuary for marine birds and watch for the bears of Toba Inlet. The skies are filled with Bald Eagles and the waters with dolphins, porpoises, Orcas, Humpbacks, Mink, Gray and Fin whales, all viewed from the safety of your yacht at the right place at the right time.

Your cruise will be enriched by the communities and heritage of the Inside Passage. At the community of Lund, you’ll find the end of the road for Canada’s Pacific Ocean Highway. It’s a delight for mariners with promises of the catch of the day by local fisherman, crabbers and prawn pullers, bakeries and safe moorage with amenities.

Explore the protected warm water inlets of Prideaux Haven surrounded by stunning mountain views of Homfray channel.

The eclectic community of Refuge Cove is rich with the heritage of ancient settlers, artisans and peace seekers. This is a must stop, providing keepsakes, goods, fuel and water, and the true BC island experience.

Cortes Island boasts beautiful anchorages, small outposts, and passage to Teakerne Arm Waterfalls. Make time for the hike to Cassel Lake for a tranquil warm swim and Gorge Harbour is a wonderful anchorage offering everything from entertainment to a fun pub.

Orcas, Humpback, Gray, Fin and Minke whale sightings are common on both the east and west coasts of the Island, Baker passage is a popular feeding ground.  At Telegraph Cove, near Port McNeill, The Whale Interpretive Centre provides the public with an educational experience that involves a study of the biology of marine mammals and threats facing their populations.

Discover how the First Nations people lived for thousands of years in desolation sound, spend a night on anchor in Grace harbour.  There are a number of museum exhibits worth visiting  or spend time with members of First Nations watching pole and canoe carving demonstrations, dance performances and enjoy barbeque feasts.