Bald Eagles: During the months of May, June and July, the American bald eagles roam the skies of Prince Rupert by the hundreds in search for their next meal. As you cruise along the Pacific North Coast in a state-of-the-art 72-foot catamaran, you will be immersed in some of the most beautiful scenery. Keep your eyes and ears open for soaring American bald eagles as they swoop past the vessel. This area is also known for its abundance of marine wildlife including humpback whales breaching the water's surface, and orcas following schools of salmon.
Sightseeing: As you make your way through the waters of the Pacific Northwest, you will travel to some of the world-famous lighthouses that are in the area. You will learn about the fascinating history of these beacons and their keepers, who have braved the elements in relative isolation to keep passing ships safe.
Accessibility: There is limited wheelchair availability and guests must be able to walk in order board the vessel.
What to Bring: Warm, layered clothing. Comfortable shoes with a non-slip sole are recommended.
Good to Know: This tour includes approximately 5 minutes of walking between the cruise ship pier and Atlin Dock and there is a ramp to negotiate at the dock which can be steep at low tide. Guests who are prone to motion sickness are advised to take pre-emptive measures.