by Don Douglass & Reanne Hemingway-Douglass
The North Coast of British Columbia encompasses the world’s most enchanting cruising grounds. Visit swift Nawakto Rapids, the west coast’s Hakai, the temperate rainforest of the Kitlope in Gardner Canal and the turquoise glacial waters of Portland Canal. Sail among deep fiords, thousands of unnamed islands, and quiet, intimate coves with the expert local knowledge detailed in this book.
Visit Fiordland’s Knock Inlet and culpepper Lagood and, using the first-ever research on the Queen Charlotte Islands’ west coast, you can find the mysteries “Mosquito Totem.” The North Coast is pristine wilderness — a wonderland of leaping salmon, orcas, and whales, migrating birds, grizzlies or Spirit Bears wandering on shore, and wolves howling in the night.
The Douglas’s, who are considered the leading authorities on Northwest and Alaskan waters, have spent over 15 years exploring 4,000 harbors and coves. Their well-documented sourcebook is the most comprehensive guide ever published for the North Coast.