We’re off to the
As we enter the Broken Group, we pass colonies of Steller Sea Lions, a different species from the California Sea Lion. The Steller Sea Lions don’t have a pronounced forehead like their
I am happy to share my education in Marine Biology with those onboard. It is one thing to look at beautiful animals and another to learn the answers to why and how these animals of the sea live. As we pass by different islands our skipper Don, who has been touring these waters for over 10 years with the Princess, yields some insight into the migratory roots of these magnificent creatures over the course of their summer. We pass historical sights of the Tseshaht tribe, a 1st1:placename w:st="on">Benson
As we all sip hot chocolate and coffee, I have almost forgotten about the whales as we meander through small channels, observing pristine beaches and the rocky shores of the
The sun is setting now and as Don tells us tales of the rum runners and sunken ships hidden throughout this magical place, we head home. Even though we are on a whale watching tour, this experience has proven to be so much more. I look forward to a summer full of travels through these very special and unique waters.
From the bridge,