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What a great day out on the water ~ you guys were awesome. BONUS to see J Pod – all that breaching ~ so much fun. Thank you. It made my Chemotherapy worth it! - May 18th, 2011

Pam, Calgary

Our Boats

Wild Whales Vancouver currently has two vessels in our fleet, and two more coming in June 2019! All four of these vessels have been custom built for whale watching and are exceptional for wildlife viewing. All vessels:

  • Have a bathroom on-board,
  • Are equipped with the latest in marine safety, navigation, and communication equipment,
  • Are inspected and certified by Transport Canada.

Special Features

While on board any of our vessels, passengers will have access to:

  • Local wildlife guides and articles,
  • Marine charts for viewing,
  • Bottled water and a complimentary snack,
  • Underwater hydrophones to allow passengers to listen in to the whales’ vocalizations (circumstances permitting).

Jing Yu

 

This state-of-the-art high-speed catamaran was designed to be an ideal whale watching boat for our waters. At 42 ft in length, the Jing Yu offers seating for 32 passengers total. The indoor cabin provides shelter from the elements, so there’s no need for anti-exposure suits. Large windows and two outdoor viewing decks ensure that your whale-watching experience is uncompromised. This vessel is recommended for families travelling with young children (under the age of 6).

 

Eagle Eyes

 

Eagle Eyes is a 43ft 35-passenger vessel designed specifically for whale watching in this area. As an open vessel it offers an unrestricted 360° view of the surrounding water and wildlife. Guests booked on Eagle Eyes will get a full-length anti-exposure suit to provide shelter from any elements you might encounter on your adventure!

 

Zodiacs (Coming June 2019)

 

Two new zodiacs will be joining our fleet in June 2019, and we are excited to offer our most intimate tour yet! With small group sizes and views right along the waterline, you’ll feel like you’re a part of the pod. While this is the obvious choice for the adventure seekers, this vessel is not recommended for individuals with back problems.