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Welcome to the North Coast!

Prince Rupert is the gateway to Chatham Sound, Hecate Strait, Portland Canal, and the other prolific waters that make up BC’s spectacular North Coast. Bordered by Alaska to the North, and Haida Gwaii to the West, the area is not only rich with fishing opportunities and stunning scenery, but also with opportunities to see Transient and Northern Resident Killer Whales, Pacific White Sided Dolphins, Dahl Porpoises, Humpback Whales, Sea Lions, Rhinoceros Auklets, Eagles and an array of other marine wildlife.

We also offer harbour tours to explore the Prince Rupert harbour. From historic sites to the current bustling port activity, as well as regular harbour porpoise and seal sightings along with an array of seabirds, there is lots to see a short ride from the dock in the protected waters of our beautiful harbour.

On any of our adventure tours, if you purchase a tidal waters angling licence, we can also set crab or shrimp traps for a tasty bonus to take home with you.

If your crew wants to mix in a bit of fishing while on half or full day tours that is no problem as well, just let us know ahead of time and make sure to purchase tidal waters fishing licences. If fishing is the high priority on your agenda we recommend booking our fishing specific trips, but the locations where we are viewing marine wildlife are often great to give it a quick try and get the feel of a few fish on the line.

Our comfortable vessels are licensed to carry 6 passengers, have bathroom facilities on board, and help provide you with an intimate, and unforgettable wildlife viewing tour.

Contact us for more information on seasons, availability, or anything else you may be wondering about our trips.

Pre-booking is highly recommended.

From the Blog

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May 8, 2013 read more


Please e-mail or call me for more info.

Dave Eng