There are are a few scenic routes to enjoy departing from our location in False Creek, near Science World. Here is what you will enjoy on a typical 3 to 4 hour cruise.
By day as we cruise through False Creek, you will enjoy in passing both historical and interesting land marks such as the 1988 Expo inspired Science World dome, Granville Island and the intricate architectural and decorative features of the historic Burrard and Granville bridges. From there we will pass the popular Kitsilano beach viewed to the south and views to the north of English Bay beach and additional beaches along the southern seawall waterfront of Stanley park. Heading south from there are the famous Spanish Banks coast lines to enjoy. An alternative route from English Bay, offers a tour around all of Stanley park's coast line, cruising past Lion's Gate bridge for a view of Vancouver's main city harbour, as we head to the North shore in view of Point Atkinson's Light House Park's shoreline. If you happen to extend your cruise into the evening before sun-down, you will have breathtaking views of the sun setting over the ocean's horizon; so beautiful!
By dusk and the fall of night, you will enjoy a lovely night city skyline views of False Creek to include it's own harbour city skyline which includes features of the Science World dome and Canada Place all decked out with twinkling lights. Those historic bridges you saw by day, they too are spot lighted to show off their fascinating architectural features. English Bay has it own night time city skyline. If you head north past Stanley park, you will also enjoy the North shore's city skyline as you pass along for a viewing of of Lion's Gate bridge all lit up by night to see the city's main harbour skyline line views.
These are just some the suggest routes to enjoy on a typical three to four hour cruise. Every destination has it's own rewards.
If you have a specific destination in mind that you don't see explained, please ask to see how your specific route request can be accommodated.