Vancouver & Coast
Vancouver & Coast
Wisps of fog often
shroud the sheer granite walls of the secluded, fjord-like waterway
called the Princess Louisa Inlet in southwest British Columbia northwest
of Vancouver and not far, as the crow flies, from the world-class Whistler
A popular anchorage
for sailors, yachtsmen and small cruise ships, the inlet is reached from
the Strait of Georgia via the 70-mile long Jervis Inlet
which probes the British
Columbia mainland between Powell River and Horseshoe Bay.
The 1,000-foot deep
(300 meters) Princess Louisa Inlet itself is about five miles (eight
kilometers) in length, no more than 1/2 mile wide (800 meters) at its
broadest point and is almost completely enclosed by mountains which rise
sharply from the water's edge to elevations of 7,000 feet (2,100 meters)
International Society. Box 33918 - Station
"D", Vancouver, BC, V6J 4L7. Or, PO Box 17279, Seattle, WA,
98127-0979, USA. E-mail
The Princess Louisa International Society
raises funds to maintain and develop the Princess Louisa Inlet Marine
Park: to provide additional and enhanced facilities; to acquire additional
lands within Princess Louisa Inlet for dedication as Park; to preserve and
protect the unique marine and upland environment of the Inlet for the
benefit of all.
Princess Louisa Marine Provincial Park
The marine park is managed by BC Parks with the cooperation of the
Princess Louisa International Society.
American Safari Cruises.
19101 36th Avenue West, Suite 201, Lynnwood, WA 98036. Phone:
425-776-4700; Toll-free: 1-888-862-8881; Fax: 425-776-8889.
Yacht Charters Inc. 1-5765 Turner Road, Nanaimo, BC V9T 6M4. Cell:
250-668-2220; Toll-free: 1-866-758-6388; Fax: 1-888-284-7735.
Tide Tours. PO Box 41, Egmont, BC V0N 1N0. Phone:
604-883-3699; Fax: 604-883-0222. E-mail
Sunshine Coast Tours.
RR#1 Site #9 C#1, 4289 Orca Road, Garden Bay, BC V0N 1S0. Toll-free:
1-800-870-9055; Fax: 604-883-2352. E-mail
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