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Secret Cove Sailing/Boat Tours of the Sunshine Coast of BC is CLOSED Permanently

Sailing boat tours of the Sunshine Coast BC



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Time flies when you are cruising in Paradise!

Posted on October 6, 2016 at 4:45 PM Comments comments (1550)

I may be guilty of over using a singular word. That word is stunning. Well I have been stunned quite a lot this summer in  the best possible way! In a period of one month, we visited both Desolation Sound and Princess Louisa Inlet, Chatterbox Falls, which both have been named the most beautiful anchorages in the world. 

Desolation Sound: Our guests flew into Powell River via YVR then took  a $10...

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marriage Proposal, wedding anniversary, stags and stagettes ,birthdays, great family outings!

Posted on July 24, 2016 at 1:40 PM Comments comments (56)

Well what a summer it has been so far!  The Sunshine Coast will not have to worry about a water shortage this summer! The sun has finally made an appearance. It seems to be a trend that we hope will continue into August! We have sailed almost daily and yet have found the sun on all but one of our tours. (which actually generated 2-"5 star" reviews!)

June seemed to be a month for wives surprising their husbands wit...

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Nanaimo Harbour , Newcastle Island

Posted on May 26, 2016 at 8:55 PM Comments comments (557)

We had some time in May to have our vessel all to ourselves.We set off on a lovely Thursday evening with a brisk wind and some substantial fetch in Welcome Passage, after contemplating a duck in to one of the bays on the South side of Thormanby Island to spend the night at anchor,we found around the corner   a lovely 20 kn wind on the beam. With a reefed main,we enjoyed a lovely sail attaining 8.2 kn. (10mph). We arrived on a Newcastle Island mooring buoy to spend a windy ...

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Our 3rd Season of sharing sailing adventures with groups of friends, couples, and familes

Posted on May 3, 2016 at 3:10 PM Comments comments (71)

Well it is hard to believe our third season is already off to a great start. We have some new safety equipment installed as well as our newest "crew Member" our auto pilot. This new asset is state of the art technology. Skipper Rick can more easily single hand our vessel,  Reverie.

New Radar and chart plotters are waitng in the shop for mounting hardware. Brand new Ground tackle (anchor chain and rope) is also arriving th...

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