The Broughton Archipelago is British Columbia’s largest marine park. Consisting of dozens of undeveloped islands and islets, it is situated at the mouth of Knight Inlet, on the east side of Queen Charlotte Strait, across from the north end of Vancouver Island. It offers excellent boating, kayaking and wildlife viewing opportunities within a multitude of sheltered waters and anchorages with a backdrop of the magnificent coastal mountains to the east and the waters of Queen Charlotte Strait to the west.
Our Broughton Archipelago map includes a chart finder, a locator map, inset maps, and the unique Proven Cruising Routes© taken by Don and Réanne Douglass aboard their research vessel, Baidarka. Each map is GPS compatible. The back of the map has large-scale, detailed diagrams of local harbors and coves—all the places to tie up and anchor. Included are an alphabetical index of places, and a listing of route waypoints.