We are rolling along in the spring and have already been very fortunate to share many wonderful encounters with our guests. A young humpback whale has been traversing the Gulf Islands for the last few days, and has been a … Continue reading

We are a mere 2 and half weeks into our 2013 whale watching season and already have fabulous tales to tell of encounters with sea lions, eagles, and orcas. The windy weather kept us off the water for a few … Continue reading

It’s hard to believe that this year’s whale watching season is just around the corner! We’re definitely looking forward to being out on the water again so we thought we’d share a few pics from last season to get everyone pumped! … Continue reading

Check out the amazing news from The Weather Network … Non-stop sunshine for days. We have been thoroughly enjoying this amazing sun out on the water the last few days, and even better, resident orcas have been in our area every … Continue reading

  Our first official 2pm departure of the season was a huge success! After a few days of wild wind and waves, the weather decided to calm down. Along with the calmer seas came two large groups of resident orcas … Continue reading

Every winter, the resident orca population spends most of their time out of the inland waters around Vancouver (know collectively as the Salish Sea) in favor of better hunting grounds on the outer coast. Lpod is probably the furthest ranging … Continue reading

Its that time of the year! On Monday, June 18th we will begin our summer sailing schedule, which means our tours will leave twice daily (one at 9am, the other at 2pm). The area has been bursting with wildlife the … Continue reading

Today’s tour lead us a short distance from Steveston to find a wonderful, lively group of transient killer whales! There was a very young calf in the group, likely no older than a month or so. The sun was out … Continue reading

It is always an exciting time of the year when the resident orca pods start to come back into the inland water more frequently. Today, Jpod in its entirety (including honorary Jpod member L87 “Onyx”)  were spotted off south San … Continue reading

We located 4 transient (marine mammal eating) orcas off Mistaken Island, near Nanaimo. But make no mistake, this was a gorgeous trip! They were traveling north, and swimming slowly under the surface of the water, allowing us to glimpse the … Continue reading