Bowen Island Sailing

Bowen Island Sailing

2018 Dates: Sat March 3 FULL / Mon April 2 FULL/ Sat May 12  FULL/ Sat June 2 FULL/ Sun July 1 FULL/ Friday Aug 3 FULL / Monday Aug 6 / Sept 30

Cruise Overview:

Full-Day Cruise and Instructional Sail to Snug Cove, Bowen Island. Bowen Island cruising is a delightful activity for family reunion, adventurous visitors, birthdays, business entertaining, and corporate team building. 

Prerequisites:

None. Suitable for those new or familiar with sailing.

Availability:

  • 8:30- 5pm April to September, register (below) call our office 604 805-9944 for details and Registration

Registration:

  • $159 pp or $279per couple plus GST

Where to Meet for the Bowen Island Sailing:

8 :30 am Granville Island Public Docks, 1591 Johnson Rd., Vancouver, V6H3R9 ( North Side of the Granville Island Public Market on False Creek behind the Arts Club Theatre)

Bowen Island Sailing

About:

ClaraALLEGRO and NorWester, our pristine 36 foot Beneteau FIRST Bowen Island sailing yachts take individuals, couples and your party of up to 9 (one boat) or 18(two boats) to one of BC's most picturesque passages- from Vancouver's English Bay to the snow topped mountains of Howe Sound and West Vancouver.

Step aboard at 8:30am for a safety review and then help sail our yacht along the southern shore of English Bay, Kitsilano, Jericho Beach Point Grey and then north to Passage Island and Howe Sound. Take a lesson form a certified VSC Instuctor/ Skipper or just sit back and take- in the mountains, sea and abundant wildlife surrounding you.

At 12 noon we dock our yacht at the Union Steamship Marina on Bowen Island and take a short walk to the quaint Village of Snug Cove. There are 4 excellent cafe/ restaurants to choose from. We will make your reservations.

It's 1:30pm, we cast-off our lines and get underway to Howe Sound. With a moderate sea-breeze we trim our jib and mainsail for a fast broad-reach past Horseshoe Bay, West Vancouver, Point Atlinson Lighthouse Park, Dundarave, the Lions Gate Bridge and Stanley Park- arriving back at Granville Island at 4:30 pm.

In the event of adverse weather we reserve the right to substitute for the Deep Cove, Indian Arm destination.

Bowen Island Sailing

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