The Pacific Yellowfin offers bespoke wildlife and culinary journeys into Canada’s beckoning Pacific Northwest. This 1943 historical vessel and her crew of 5, including Colin Griffinson, Captain and Owner, take you to the heart and soul of British Columbia’s coastline as an all-inclusive private charter. Our journeys are ideal for multi-generational families or a group of friends looking for a luxury wilderness adventure.
We are not a regular cruise liner but rather a floating wilderness lodge. With two ocean-view staterooms and two deluxe cabins, maximum 12 guests (8) can enjoy an exclusive and personal environment to reconnect with nature, loved ones and themselves.
Cruising onboard the Pacific Yellowfin is a memorable and intimate voyage of fun: a knowledgeable and personable crew, the ethereal beauty of the landscapes, the enthralling wildlife and the fascinating local people.
Soak up the ambiance of one of the finest luxury yacht cruises in British Columbia, Canada, while we pamper you with mouth-watering cuisine, fresh local seafood and some of the province’s finest wines.
The Pacific Yellowfin cruises the coast of British Columbia from the Gulf Islands, a few miles away from Washington State all the way up to Prince Rupert and the border with Alaska. This coast is one of the wildest of North America with incredible animals such as bears and whales and truly stunning landscapes. It is a perfect getaway for not only wildlife lovers and nature aficionados but also for soft adventurers, seasoned fishermen, water sport habitues, families or groups of friends looking to reconnect. We welcome all ages from newborns to grand folks.
Take a culinary cruise through the calm waters of the Gulf Islands; go further afield and discover the breathtaking fjords of Desolation Sound or venture into the majestic Great Bear Rainforest, home to Grizzly, Black and the most elusive Spirit Bears, for once in a lifetime wildlife close encounters. In 2012, a brand new route will also give you the chance to discover the historical lighthouses of British Columbia.