This is where you share stories about your exploration of British Columbia’s wild, civilized coast. Tell others about amazing places, friends you met, fabulous fishing and the hospitality of our marinas, harbours and comfort providers. Submit your story here.
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Hello from the friendliest marina in the Pacific North West! All those boaters that have visited Ladysmith and the Ladysmith Community Marine (LMS) will know what I am talking about. Those of you who haven’t made it yet to the 49th Parallel, please come and see for yourself. There is no need to wait for… Read more »
At AHOY BC, we get requests for where to find a pump-out station. Boaters want to use them, but there are not enough of them and their distribution has gaps. So, it is great news that Maple Bay Marina, in partnership with the Municipality of North Cowichan and the Maple Bay Community Association, opened a… Read more »
British Columbia’s coast is renowned for wilderness, island archipelagos, deep fjords carving into mountains and, amid all of this, welcoming communities and marina resorts. But you don’t have to block out several weeks to reach all of this natural wonder and welcoming hospitality. The Sunshine Coast is a microcosm of the greater Coast, easily accessible… Read more »
Explore British Columbia’s Discovery Island By Alison Gardner At the north end of the Salish Sea, the seascape between British Columbia’s mainland and the east coast of Vancouver Island narrows dramatically, filled to capacity with a cluster of 10 Discovery Islands. All but two are cloaked in evergreen forests almost to their shores while offering… Read more »
Posted by BCParks on June 7 2016 British Columbia’s Marine Parks Make Boat-Camping Easy Blog post by: Michael McLaughlin from AHOY BC The first time I heard the expression “marine park” I pictured some shallow water area with lots of starfish. A marine park was a chunk of water, right? Fancifully, I imagined under-water interpretive signs, that… Read more »
Submitted by Michele Hall “You have to take the bus!” The young woman is glowing with excitement as she and her friend clamber up the hill from the marina in Montague Harbour, Galiano Island. What she is referring to is not a standard public transportation system, but the legendary Hummingbird Pub bus that in the… Read more »