SEA LIONS AND EAGLES

February 15th 2018 – It was a calm, cool day as our Zodiac Strongtide sped out towards Lopez Island for a Marine Wildlife Tour. After enjoyin...

PAIR OF HUMPBACK WHALES

February 12th 2018 – Our Zodiac full of adventurers set out on a beautiful clear sunny day, with fantastic views of the Olympic Mountains in ...

AN ADVENTUROUS MARINE WILDLIFE TOUR

January 29, 2018 – It was a rainy day but it was still fun with an adventurous group like this! The Marine Wildlife didn’t care about t...

EAGLES AT THE END OF THE RAINBOW

JANUARY 18, 2018 – Confirmed! Bald eagles are the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. Skipper Mark Williams along with the passengers of t...

ELEPHANT SEALS & STELLER SEA LIONS

JANUARY 13, 2018 – Our Zodiac, StrongTide, headed to Race Rocks where the group spotted some elephant seals! They were hauled out along side ...

MARINE WILDLIFE TOUR

JANUARY 9, 2018 – A beautiful January day for a Marine Wildlife Tour. It was a windy day, so the tour started with a fun Zodiac ride towards ...

TRANSIENT KILLER WHALE

JANUARY 6, 2018 – Blue sky poked through the clouds as we went out on our Zodiac, StrongTide, with Skipper Mark. We hugged the coastline all ...

SEALS AND SEALIONS

JANUARY 5, 2018 – Skippered by Ian, our Zodiac took off towards Race Rocks this afternoon. Participation was in the forecast, but it held off...

MARINE WILDLIFE TOUR ADVENTURES

DECEMBER 15, 2017 – As Christmas nears, there are less people out on the water. Which means that we often have the marine wildlife viewing to...

RESIDENT ORCAS AND HUMPBACKS

NOVEMBER 27, 2017 – Its the end of November and we are still viewing all types of marine wildlife! It is our Marine Wild Life tour season, wh...

HUMPBACK WHALES RETURNS IN NUMBERS

NOVEMBER 24 2017 – Humpback whales return! In the last weeks the number of humpbacks have slowly gone down, as it should this time of year. B...

HUMPBACK WHALE AND SEA LIONS

NOVEMBER 22 2017 – Some excited passengers joined us on our Marine Wildlife Tour today. At Race Rocks the sea lions were extra playful and sw...