Exploring the South Coast of British Columbia: Gulf Islands and Desolation Sound to Broughton Archipelago and Blunden Harbour
The South Coast of British Columbia is the nautical gateway to the beautiful and unmatched natural environment of the Northwest. From the balmy Gulf Islands and Desolation Sound, through Johnstone Strait, to the primitive and pristine cruising and fishing grounds of the north end of Vancouver Island, these waterways offer unforgettable experiences.
This well-researched guidebook contains the expert local knowledge you need for exploring hundreds of islands, deeply-cut fjords and saltwater rapids. It includes up-to-date pilothouse information to help you plan your routes carefully and discover small, intimate coves where you can safely anchor each night.
The Douglasses, veterans of cruising from 60 degrees north to 56 degrees south, are considered the local knowledge experts of the coast of British Columbia. Their articles have appeared in nautical magazines, their presentations are featured at trawler fests and boat shows.