For boaters, the Strait of Georgia is not to be trifled with. Pleasure craft cross the 15- to 20-mile-wide strait all the time, but locals know better than to go out when the wind is blowing. Try not to overlook Jedediah Island and Lasqueti Island on your way across. Several fine marinas dot the Vancouver Island side of the strait from Schooner Cove up to Campbell River. The Sunshine Coast lines the mainland side of the strait. leading north into Desolation Sound.
Strait of Georgia
Schooner Cove • French Creek • Denman Island • Hornby Island • Comox • Lasqueti Island • False Bay • Squitty Bay • Texada Island
Plan Out Your Trip
The Strait of Georgia is fully covered in the latest Waggoner Cruising Guide. It provides all you need about marinas, anchorages, passages, and attractions. Plan your day’s route with the guide’s detailed planning maps. Get your copy of the Waggoner Cruising Guide book!
Plus, there’s more to help you plan a great cruise through the area. Read on…
During the last couple of years, we have noticed a marked increase in the number of boaters cruising the Pacific Northwest, including new boaters who are experiencing the area for the first time. These new boaters include not only locals but those who live...