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Vancouver Harbour Tour
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Whether from the open-air deck or comfortably inside, the Vancouver Harbour Tour is a journey unlike any other. Touring under a backdrop of the city’s unbelievable skyline, the cruise is an hour long and fully narrated as it travels along the waters of Burrard Inlet. Passengers get “up close and personal” to many of Vancouver’s most famous landmarks, gliding by Stanley Park and the historic Gastown, and there’s even a chance to see some of the coast’s marine wildlife in their natural habitat! The Vancouver Harbour Tour provides a unique perspective of the city, and is a perfect introduction without the bustle of downtown travel.
Frequently Asked Questions
Are the cruises wheelchair accessible?
Most standard size wheelchairs are able to fit on the boat but there are no wheelchair accessible washrooms.
Do the tours still run when it rains?
Cruises still run in the rain however if there are extremely high winds or extremely thick fog the captains may decide to not sail if it is unsafe to do so.
Do they offer hotel pick up?
Unfortunately, they do not offer a hotel pick up service.
How Long is the cruise?
The cruise is approximately a 1 hour fully narrated tour of the Burrard Inlet.
Is smoking allowed on board?
Smoking is not allowed on-board the vessels, however there is plenty of outside decks that are available for smokers.
Is there food or refreshments available?
There is a fully licensed bar and enjoy the views from the spacious open-air decks or get comfortable inside. There is food included on the Sunset Dinner cruise and the Indian Arm Luncheon Cruise which are different prices and times than the Vancouver Harbour Tour.
What time does the cruise run?
The cruise runs Daily from May 1st- September 30th starting at 11:00am, 12:15pm, 1:30pm & 2:45pm.
Where does the cruise depart from?
The cruise departs from 501 Denman Street.
Where does the cruise go?
The tour takes you on a journey through Canada's "Gateway to the Pacific"- the Burrard Inlet. We get you up close to many of Vancouver's most famous landmarks. Cruise past the famous Stanley Park, the busy cruise ship terminals, the spectacular city skyline, historic Gastown, the breathtaking North Shore Mountains and more.