Embark aboard a superyacht in the stunning Vancouver, one of the most popular cities to visit in Canada. Cruise among hundreds of smaller islands paved with hundred of feet high pine trees, with rich wildlife, including, bears, wolfs, orcas, whales and dolphins. A radically different experience from the more traditional cruising grounds, British Columbia is famed for its breathtaking landscapes, wildlife and glaciers.
One of the most beautiful islands in the Strait of Georgia, it is easy to see why Savary Island has earned the nickname ‘Hawaii of the North.’ Located at the entrance of Desolation Sound, this small island is truly an unexpected delight. Its glistening white sandy beaches surrounded by warm azure waters are home to a range of unique flora and fauna. With the warmest waters north of Mexico, it is the ideal place to soak up the region’s stunning natural beauty, swim and explore its ancient forested dunes. Head ashore and spend the day cycling from beach to beach.
The most northern town on the Sunshine Coast, Lund’s small fishing village dates back to 1889. Founded by a remote harbour nestled between the Coast Mountains’ magnificent peaks along the northern part of the Strait of Georgia, it is a haven for nature lovers. Spend an afternoon hiking through its stunning dense pine forests before heading back to the village for a drink in landmark Lund Hotel. Be sure to stop by Nancy’s Bakery, a favourite among locals and visitors alike for a treat.
San Juan Islands
A unique site just across the borders of the United States off the coast of Victoria. The islands are the scene of some of the best regattas in the region. Featuring a luxury resort, a winery, lavender fields as well as gastronomic experiences, the islands are a great stop in any British Columbian yacht charter. The wildlife isn’t to be missed, with plenty of Orca’s pack calling these waters home.