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Locations - Gulf & San Juan Islands

Locations - San Juan Islands

Come and see why the Pacific Northwest is rated as one of the world's top cruising grounds. The variety and number of islands makes this area a vacation paradise. Secret coves, protected anchorages, lively ports of call (in two countries) and what seems like open ocean, are all yours to enjoy. Wildlife abounds in these islands; eagles, cormorants, loons, herons, whales, dolphins, seals and otters are your companions.

Important Notice:


If you are travelling on a VISA WAIVER for USA, you will not be allowed to enter the USA on a Privately owned yacht on this visa and will have to acquire a full Visa for USA or enter the USA on public transport, Ferry, Commercial airline etc.

Day 1

Port Sidney to Roche Harbor.  


An enchanting sail or power across Haro Strait with the Dall's porpoises, Orca and Minke Whales as your guides to this popular San Juan Island marine resort.

Day 2 

Roche Harbor to Friday Harbor.  


A lunch stop on Jones Island and a lovely sail or power up San Juan Channel to Friday Harbor.

Day 3

Friday Harbour to Rosario Resort.  


Beautiful passages through narrow tidal waters into East Sound on Orcas Island with numerous little bays for lunch stops. A brisk sail or power up East Sound to 'life styles of the rich and famous' Rosario Resort.

Day 4


Rosario to Sucia Island.  


Navigate through Hidden Passage into Rosario Strait with a lunch stop at Doe Bay. Then, sail or power out to one of the many fingered bays of Sucia Island Marine Park.

Day 5


Sucia to Prevost Harbour.  


Sail or power into Boundary Passage and watch for porpoises at your bow before dropping anchor at Stuart Island Marine Park.

Day 6


Prevost Harbour to Sidney.  

Easy sail to Sidney Spit or Todd inlet for lunch stop and quick dip before sailing back to Sidney for a relaxing last night aboard.

This area features a sub-tropical climate and is dotted with numerous coves and inlets. The area is home to bald eagles, orca, harbor seal, sea     lions and great blue heron. 


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