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Sea Safari - with Transfers

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Activity Schedule

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  • Duration

    2 HOURS

  • Start time

  • Meeting Point
    Meeting Hotel Pickup:
    • 6409 Bay St
    Vancouver, Canada, BC
  • Ending Point

Key Highlights

  • Easy to book – easy to cancel – easy to change
  • Book early and receive discounts
  • Price same or lower than local rates
  • Best hand-picked operators


Step aboard for a thrilling two-hour sea safari of Howe Sound. Grab a seat on our custom-designed, high-speed, 9m rigid hull inflatable, powered by twin Verado Mercury 4 stroke outboard engines, and explore the great outdoors. With an experienced guide at the helm, you’ll discover something of the incredible natural diversity of the Pacific Northwest.

Coastal British Colombia is world famous for its spectacular scenery and wonderful wildlife. You’ll race past towering cliffs where bald eagles soar and enter mysterious dark caves while learning about this remarkable ecosystem. See Pam Rocks where harbour seals haul out and snooze in the sun or play in the shallows. Cruise into the Strait of Georgia and admire an awe-inspiring panorama of glittering Vancouver with the snow-capped mountains behind. Drift by exclusive waterfront homes and imagine what it would be like to wake up next to this beautiful ocean every morning.

You can relax and enjoy your ride knowing that your trusty vessel is equipped with a VHF radio, navigation system, GPS, mobile phone and coast guard-approved lifejackets. The boat’s design makes it exceptional stable and comfortable whatever the weather, so you can just sit back with your binoculars or listen to the sea birds overhead. Discover the untamed spirit and unforgettable atmosphere of the West Coast, where fresh air, pure water and wide open spaces combine to call you away into the wide blue yonder.



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