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Whale Watching in Steveston

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Memories of your whale watching experience will last a lifetime!

Steveston, a historic village on the southwest tip of Lulu Island in Richmond, is named for Manoah Steves. In 1878, Manoah and Martha Steves and their six children were the first non-Aboriginal family to settle in the area after purchasing 121 hectares of land north of Garry Point. In 1880, Manoah’s son William purchased land to develop a townsite known as Steves. By 1890, Steves was known as Steveston and had a church, hotels, retail stores, an opera house, a wharf, and Lulu Island’s first hospital and newspaper.

Steveston Seabreaze Adventures

Steveston Seabreeze Adventures offers Vancouver whale watching and ecological tours from their base in Steveston. They provide the convenience of a free shuttle service when trips are booked, and are located 15 minutes south of Vancouver International Airport. Their whale watching boats offer upper level viewing and are safety inspected and approved. Their goal is to view whales and marine animals in their natural environment and to share that experience with you.

Vancouver Whale Watch

Vancouver Whale Watch™ provides passengers with an adventure of a lifetime. They emphasize science and conservation while maintaining a fun and professional atmosphere. Their naturalists provide a three to five hour whale watching tour, starting in Steveston and traveling through the Gulf and San Juan Islands. Their extensive whale-spotting network, has given them a 90 per cent sighting success rate. On your tour, you will see a diverse marine ecosystem, including bald eagles, bow riding porpoises, sea lions and seals.

 

4 Comments Post a comment
  1. Love your shots! ❤

    August 17, 2013
    • Thank you Sofia, I am delighted that you like them.

      August 20, 2013
  2. Amy #

    We didn’t get to watch whales when we were there, don’t want to miss it next time. Wow, what a stunning video!! Thank you so much!

    August 17, 2013
    • Thanks Amy, I hope you see the whales next time. It’s so exciting!

      August 20, 2013

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