With its rugged, rock-studded shoreline, relentlessly crashing ocean swells, miles of sandy beaches, diversity of wildlife and countless coves and bays, Vancouver Island’s western shoreline, usually referred to simply as the West Coast, presents a challenging and thrilling adventure. Intended to complement official hydrographic charts, Dreamspeaker Cruising Guides feature informative and charming hand-drawn shoreline plans of selected marinas and small boat anchorages, ranging from safe all-weather havens to secluded picnic spots and marine parks. With charts, tips and data, this guide pinpoints both popular and little-known highlights to enhance the enjoyment and safety of any voyage to the West Coast. Written in the personal style of boater’s logbook, here you will find the best spots from Port Hardy and Cape Scott to Victoria to anchor your boat, share a sunset, browse a gallery, find a hot shower or enjoy a fine meal, with full-colour scenic photographs that showcase the splendour of the Pacific Northwest coast.
Dreamspeaker Vol. 6 – The West Coast of Vancouver Island
Including Bunsby Islands and the Broken Group
by Anne & Laurence Yeadon-Jones
|Dimensions||12 x 9 x .5 in|