Location – Port McNeill, BC

Home to abundant wildlife, sparkling clear waterways, mountain scenery and ancient forests, our traditional territories encompass Northern Vancouver Island, British Columbia and adjoining mainland and islands around Johnstone Strait and Queen Charlotte Strait.

Sea Wolf Adventures guides your journey to ancient places in a manner that honours the values of First Nations people who live here. Sea Wolf Adventures, based out of Port McNeill, connects travellers to destinations in the Broughton Archipelago and surrounding areas for personal travel, charters, freight and local First Nations cultural tours.


 

Our vessel is located at the fuel dock North Island Marina (Map). Make your way down to the fuel dock and we’ll meet you at the gate.

 

Port McNeill Departures

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Meet at the North Island Marina Gate

 

 

Telegraph Cove Departures (Map)

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At the end of the boardwalk

 

 

Alert Bay Departures (Map)

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Municipal Dock just below the RCMP office

 

 

 

Getting to Port McNeill:

 

 

From Victoria

Travel north on Highway 19, approximately 5 hrs. People with more time can travel the more scenic Oceanside Route (19A). Rent a car at Budget Car Rentals  (world wide toll free1-800-268-8900).

Drive the inland island highway #19 to Port McNeill. If you want an RV to rent, try Courtenay Car Rentals 1-800-663-0194.

For bus line schedule look at Vancouver Island Coach Lines ph.250-388-5248 see Greyhound Bus Lines and enter Victoria, BC and Port McNeill for their 530am departure from Victoria to arrive in Port McNeill about 3pm.

 

 

From Vancouver

Take BC Ferries 1-888-223-3779 to 2 hours to Nanaimo from Tsawassen or Horseshoe Bay (sometimes you can spot killer whales from the ferry). Drive Nanaimo to Port McNeill in 4 hours.

 

 

From Seattle

Drive north to either Port Angeles on Highway 99 (take the M.V. Coho (Blackball Transport to Victoria) or Vancouver on Highway I -5 then take BC Ferries to Nanaimo from Tsawwassen or Horseshoe Bay. Once in Victoria or Nanaimo, you can drive north to Port McNeill as described above.

Alternatively, there are scheduled flights from Seattle-Tacoma Airport to Campbell River and Port McNeill, with NW Seaplanes.

 

 

Local Accommodation and Wildlife Viewing Tours

 

Accommodation in the Broughton Archipelago and Surrounding Areas