Sunset Sailing & Dinner Cruise in Howe Sound located in Squamish, BC
Sunset Sail & Dinner Cruise

Per Person

Sunset Sail & Dinner Cruise

Imagine - sailing through turquoise waters using just wind power, the boat keeling over at an angle, a backdrop of vibrant green hills, towering rock faces and snow capped mountains. Once the wind subsides and the sun begins to set, you’ll enjoy dinner and drinks on deck. This is truly an unforgettable experience.

Join OneLife Adventures for an intimate evening of sailing and dining on our 40 foot luxury sailing boat. You can take an active role in this sailing adventure. With a maximum of 10 guests on board, you will all learn and sail the boat together. Hoist the sails, trim the sails for speed and course, tack the jib, grind the winches, and experience the exhilaration of skippering such a large vessel under full sail power as she plows through the Sound.

You will have the opportunity to take an active role in the sailing -  learn how to hoist the sails, trim the sails for speed and course, tack the jib, grind the winches, and even take the helm with some supervised steering.

Trip Details

We motor out of Squamish Harbour (right next to Squamish downtown), hoist the sails and start sailing with Squamish’s thermally activated big winds. As the wind dies down, we start to drift and really absorb our stunning surroundings. Drinks and a three-course dinner featuring fresh, local produce will be served as we enjoy the sunset and watch alpenglow hit the high peaks of the Coast Mountains range.


Arrive: 5:00pm at Squamish Harbour Authority Dock
Departure: 5:30pm sharp!
Return to dock: 9:30pm

What to bring

Bring warm layers (it gets cold when the sun goes down, trust us!), windbreaker, non-skid running shoes (no black soles, please, they mark the boat’s deck), hat, sunglasses, water bottle, camera/mobile phone.

2017 Pricing ( Special Introductory Rate | 20% off Regular Price )

$240/person + GST 
Minimum 6 people, maximum 10 people

*Please note that gratuity is not included. It is customary to tip the guide/crew 10-15%.