Tag Archives: Desolation Sound

Recreational Vessels need to register in advance for long term moorage

Recreational vessels are no longer permitted to moor at Cortes Island’s government docks for extended periods without prior approval from the Harbour Authority of Cortes Island (HACI).

“Just to clarify, it’s recreational vessels that are looking for a month, three months or six months long-term moorage,” said Harbour Manager Jenny Hartwick  

Boats can still ‘sneak in’ and use docks overnight, at places like Squirrel Cove, providing there is room for them.

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Water taxis to Cortes, Savary Island and much more 

Regular water taxi trips between Lund and Cortes Bay are only one of services that the Access Point Marine Group is bringing to our area. They are transforming Finn Bay, a two minute walk north of Lund, into a hub for water transportation and tourism.

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Indigenous-owned wilderness resort poised for a strong second year

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Klahoose Wilderness Resort in Toba Inlet, BC, is in the process of converting to fully sustainable energy along with other improvements, among high demand for its tourism packages.

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First Nation-owned and operated resort a rising ecotourism star

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The Klahoose Wilderness Resort overcame the many challenges present with the pandemic to start building its tourism reputation in its first season in operation.

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Klahoose water taxi business ready to make waves

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Qathen Xwegus Management Corporation (QXMC), the economic development arm of the Klahoose First Nation, has a brand new water taxi designed and built to their specifications, continuing a year of milestones for the community.

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