Some might say the only way to truly experience the spectacular coast of British Columbia is from the deck of a private expedition yacht. Guests succumb to the rhythm of the sea when the captain sets his course by the tides and drops anchor in secluded coves, bays and inlets where the only crowds are the bald eagles, wolves and grizzly bears. That’s life on The Pacific Yellowfin, a grand historic ship custom built during World War II and refitted in 2003 with modern amenities without parallel on the West Coast when it comes to coastal cruising whether you’re a fishermen, photographer, adventurer, nature lover or just someone with a soft spot for fine food and wine at sea. With two staterooms and two deluxe cabins, the ship accommodates a maximum of 12 guests. Owner and captain Colin Griffinson keeps the guest experience intimate and personal with a knowledgeable crew.
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