Archive of posts tagged "boat"

Zodiac Tour of the Broken Group Islands in Pacific Rim National Park

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The following photo essay was experienced and contributed by John Biehler exclusively for After a morning filled with perfect weather and surfing (post coming soon), we had just enough time for a quick change at our hotel and then head out for an afternoon in a zodiac for a tour of the Broken Group […]

Boat Cruise Party, Win Your Way In

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This Friday No More Strangers, BeatRoute Magazine and will be hosting a boat cruise party around Vancouver on the Abitibi and they have kindly invited a reader to join them. This isn’t your regular dinner and dancing boat cruise however, it has a jam-packed lineup of local dance acts as well as live […]

Kayak for a Cure 2010

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This year I finally got John out on the water to try kayaking and since he did so well, I decided to sign us up for the annual Kayak for a Cure happening August 29th. Kayak for a Cure is a North America-wide campaign that gets folks out on the water in support of the […]

On the Water for a Tulalip Bay Tour

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During my stay at Tulalip Resort my group was shuttled over to the Port of Everett where we boarded the Hat Island Ferry for a tour around Tulalip Bay. View Larger Map When you’re driving down the I-5 toward Seattle, the Port of Everett would be on your left. It looks rather industrial and is […]

The West Vancouver Ferry: Vancouver History Readers’ Choice

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Yesterday I began a new Readers’ Choice series where I answer questions that my readers or Twitter contacts have about local history. Continuing on today I’ll tackle another question: TylerIngram: @Miss604 What about the old ferry that used to go from vancouver to dunderave (West Van)? 1920s, West Vancouver Ferry crossing the Burrard Inlet, Archives […]

Vancouver Dragon Boat Festival 2010

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The Vancouver Dragon Boat Festival take to the waters in False Creek for its 22nd year next week. A video from our 2008 coverage Attracting over 100,000 people and 180 dragon boat teams, it’s a highlight of the season that kick-starts summer for many. While the races take place in the water, up on dry […]