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Queen Charlotte Islands - Haida Gwaii
The trip operates from Sandspit, where you will enjoy a tour of Graham Island and the Haida Heritage Centre before boarding the yacht, your home for 6 nights.
There will be daily shore visits to old Haida villages, walks in ‘old growth’ forests and time to explore the low-tide shoreline. There are excellent chances to see humpback whales, orcas, the
Queen Charlotte Islands’ black bear and numerous species of birds including bald eagles, puffins and peregrine falcons. Specific highlights include SGang Gwaay, Ideda Cove, Hot Springs Island and
Windswept Skedans (K’uuna). You will be accompanied by a naturalist who will point out wildlife and points of interest and give talks on the history, flora and fauna of this wonderful area.
Prices from: £4205 per person sharing a twin cabin
Price includes: Internal flights to Sandspit, 1 night in Vancouver on arrival, 6 nights full board on the boat and 3 nights in Vancouver at the end International flights,
optional excursions, gratuities and items of a personal nature are not included.
Dates: Departures from: Mid May to end of August
Tug MV Swell - Limited to 10 Passengers
Tug MV Swell has been beautifully restored and offers multi-day journeys along the coast of British Columbia. The ship accommodates 10 passengers in private state rooms with private bathrooms. It
has comfortable lounge areas, 2 shore boats and 2 kayaks.
Maple Leaf - Limited to 8 Passengers
Maple Leaf is a completely restored 92 foot Edwardian schooner that combines modern conveniences with classical décor. The schooner accommodates a maximum of eight guests and a crew of four or
five. The sleeping areas have large comfortable beds that are separated by walls and heavy curtains and there are three bathrooms with hotshowers. There are two inflatable boats for shore excursions
with expert naturalists and historians to search for birds, bears and marine life. Kayaks are also available.
The Island Odyssey and Island Roamer - Limited to 16 Passengers
These two 20 metre ketches (sailing boats) operate various 7 night itineraries to the Queen Charlotte Islands (Haida Gwaii), the Great Bear Rain Forest, southeast Alaska and the islands and inlets
of the coast of British Columbia. Each vessel can accommodate a maximum of 16 passengers in 8 double cabins sharing three bathrooms with hot showers. There is a comfortable lounge, well equipped
galley and a covered wildlife viewing area on deck. All meals, soft drinks and wine with dinner are included. Inflatable boats and kayaks are on board for shore excursions.
All tour descriptions and conditions are given in accordance with the information of Windows on the wild