Boat Tours and Adventures

by Paul on February 16, 2012

in Adventures, Blog, Lobster Fishing, Video

Incredible coastal vistas provide the backdrop to the abundant sea life found in the north Atlantic, featuring whales, seals and many seabirds and fish. You never know what may come up ‘out of the blue’!  Dolphins, tuna, halibut, the ebb and flow of thousands of mackerel coming with the tides…

You get a hint as  you cross over with the Englishtown Ferry and join the Atlantic side of Cape Breton.

Here we offer Whale Watch Excursions (zodiac and big boat), puffin and bird tours; lobster adventures, deep sea fishing; and the more portable tours with Yolo Boards (Stand Up Paddling), canoes and even sea kayaks

Pretty much from mid May through mid October, some kind of boat tour is available…

And on these pages,  you’ll get itineraries, costs and even videos showing both the tours and the reactions of guests on them.


Movies have been made here with adventurer Charley Boorman aboard a lobster fishing craft and there is the possibility of combining a Cabot Trail Tour with a lobster fishing adventure, whale watch and even some deep sea fishing.  We even made a short video that helped the Big Earth Productions movie, with Charley Boorman and Russ Malkin, find us on youtube.  See our video on a long-term lobster fishing family out of Little River Wharf.

Interested in Boat Tours and Fishing?   Call us for details and check out some of the videos and pictures showing Boating Adventures…

Or let us know what’s your Boating Adventure Profile…What would you like to do and when?  Do you need a “pet sitter” while you boat?


Please click on one of the images below to start the video:
On whale watching
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On lobster fishing
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Smith @Canoe March 3, 2012 at 12:19 pm

At first I would like to give thank to PAUL for this great Article. Very excitedly and interestingly told the trip.
whales, seals and many seabirds and fish-like as Dolfin, tunna, halibut etc are watchable in there easily.
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