Package: Boat Tours in and Around the St. Peter's Canal

Boat Tours in and Around the St. Peter's Canal

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Sun, Jun 12, 2016 to Sun, Oct 16, 2016

Posted in: Packages > Port Hawkesbury > Tours & Cruises


There are three tour areas to choose from:
• You can take a tour on the Ocean in St. Peter's Bay and perhaps visit the beautiful scenic community of River Bourgeois and meet some of the locals.
• You can take a motorized tour of the St. Peter's Canal with a short spin around St. Peter's Bay. This is the short 1 1/2 tour and has been popular with visitors that want to become acquainted with the operation of the canal.
• You can take a tour of the Inland Sea (Bras d'Or Lake) through the St. Peter's Inlet and there are many areas for exploration out there.

Tours range from 1 1/2 to 5 hours.

We believe that history broadens the mind and gives each of us a different perspective on life. Book a yacht charter in Cape Breton. You'll love it.! When you visit a destination with a culture, lifestyle, and environment different from your own, you'll become more open to various ways of life! Your skipper might even introduce you to some true Cape Bretoners! With so many places to visit, choosing a travel destination can be a difficult. River Bourgeois, the St. Peter's Canal and the Bras d' Or Lakes have much to offer! When you sail with us, you can trust that we'll take care of you. Our top-notch captain and amenities guarantee you'll have a relaxing time.

This charter experience includes complimentary non-alcoholic beverages and snacks. For the longer excursions you may want to add a gourmet meal to your booking. There is something for everyone on this tour. The inexperienced sailor can have introductory instructions on sailing and the experienced sailor can take an active role in sailing and/or trimming the sails. Your skipper provides an historical narrative on the area and there is often aquatic and aerial fauna to view. One tour option is to stop off at the wharf in Potlotek First Nation to swim and hike to the historical Chapel Island Mission.

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Conditions: Basic rates are described at Tours typically run from between 1 1/2 hours to 5 hours.