Sunset Adventure Cruise - Single Person Booking
We love to share our passion for sailing and the beauty and grandeur of the Howe Sound aboard our 40ft, 30ft or 28ft sailing yachts harnessing the power of the wind.
Howe Sound is North America's Southernmost Fjord and it's northernmost end is known for its, rugged beauty, steady winds, and excellent sailing conditions.
Natural beauty and wonders abound; huge granite monolith of the Stawamus Chief rise from the Fjord, the ever changing colours of the waters due to the Squamish river inflow, and the deep green of the Coastal Western Hemlock forested hillsides rise to the Tantalus and Garibaldi Mt ranges above. Seals surface close by with their curious gaze to inspect the new visitors. Kiteboarders drawn for the same predictable wind create a colourful kaleidoscope as they carve through the waters.
This is a stunning time to see the beauty of the Howe Sound, experience the excitement of sailing, and see the evening colours as the sun sinks over the high peaks of the Tantalus Range.
Join other Adventure seekers for a social evening, learn to sail or just enjoy the views.
We depart from Squamish, located on the famous Sea to Sky Highway, 1hr north of the heart of Vancouver, and 45 min south of the famous mountain resort of Whistler Blackcomb.
With thousands of miles of sailing experience, we welcome you aboard.
After a short safety briefing we will cast off and head out into the sound, the mighty Stawamus Chief rising hundreds of meters above our heads. We will hoist the sails cut the engine and harness the quiet power of the wind. The boat slicing out further into the sound where we are suddenly dwarfed by the scale and grandeur of this magnificent location.
This is your chance to learn about sailing, take the helm, trim the sails and grind the winches. We are experts at what we do, we have thousands of sailing miles under our belts and we love to share with you own knowledge and passion.
Other highlights of the trip include; discussions of the geographical Fjord formation during the last Ice Age, spotting wildlife, watching the colourful spectacle of kiteboarders as they crisscross the sound.
Trip Duration: 3.5 hours
What to bring
Bring warm layers (it gets cold when the sun goes down, trust us!), windbreaker, non-skid running shoes, hat, sunglasses, camera/mobile phone, food and water to keep the stoke high.
$149 per person (maximum of 10 people per trip)