Report #3: Bunsby Islands, Kyuquot Sound, Esperanza Inlet, and Nootka Sound

Columbia Cove and the Bunsby Islands The first anchorage south of Brooks Peninsula is Columbia Cove. The mooring buoys that once occupied the cove have been removed, but anchorage is good. It’s a beautiful spot, ripe for exploration by dinghy or kayak. Densely forested hills rise abruptly from the water’s edge and dramatic rock formations…

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Report #2: Cape Scott, Quatsino Sound, and Brooks Peninsula

Few cruising grounds in the Pacific Northwest demand more respect than the west coast of Vancouver Island. With pounding surf, boat-eating rocks that lie miles offshore, fog, and few rescue options, this coast requires constant vigilance. And Cape Scott, at the northwest corner, and Brooks Peninsula, a bit further south, are among the most treacherous…

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