The West Coast

Embracing the southernmost tip of Vancouver Island, Victoria BC is the gateway to the Salish Sea. Strategically located at the intersection of Haro and Juan de Fuca Straits, these ocean “highways” conduct wildlife right to the city’s doorstep. The constant flow of both inbound and outbound animals creates a wealth of wildlife opportunities throughout the year. A temperate coastal climate ensures 4-season access to our Pacific playground. Spring, summer, winter, fall … adventure is always in season!

Victoria’s central location provides unlimited access to the Salish Sea. An east bound journey travels past the scenic Gulf and San Juan Islands before crossing Georgia Strait to the city of Vancouver and the mouth of the mighty Fraser River. To the south lie the vast inland waters of Puget Sound and the massive snow-capped volcanoes that dominate the Washington State skyline. Heading west towards the open Pacific Ocean, the Strait of Juan de Fuca reveals the rugged Race Rocks Ecological Reserve and shores still shimmering with pristine wilderness. Regardless of direction, every adventure takes place in world class cruising waters.