114′ / 42m PACIFIC YELLOWFIN sleeps 9 guests in 4 guest staterooms:
“DOLPHIN” PRINCIPAL STATEROOM – Main Deck:
Sleeps 3. QUEEN bed. Couch that becomes SINGLE bed. Five opening portholes. Door to the outside deck. Private ensuite bathroom with shower.
“EAGLE” VIP STATEROOM – Top Deck:
Sleeps 2. QUEEN bed. View windows. Private ensuite bathroom with bathtub/shower.
“BEAR” CABIN – Lower Deck:
Sleeps 4. QUEEN bed on one side. 2 SINGLE offset upper/lower beds on the other side. Private ensuite bathroom with shower.
“ORCA” CABIN – Lower Deck:
Sleeps 3. DOUBLE bed on one side. Drop down Pullman SINGLE bed on the other side. Two opening portholes. Private bathroom is across the hall, with shower.
All staterooms with DVD players on Flat Screen TV.
Main Salon dining seats 8.
Aft Deck dining seats 9.
The Aft Deck can be partially or fully enclosed with eisenglass windows for comfort in all weather.
|Length||114.00 ft / 34.00 m|
|Built - Refit:||1943 - 2003|
|Builder||Billings Shipyard of Maine|
Tenders (2 of 3 provided):
27ft / 9m Weldcraft Ocean King with heated cabin / 300hp Mercury Verado
22ft / 6.7m 8 person Runabout / 150 hp Mercury 4-stroke
24ft / 7.3m beach landing craft / 115 hp Mercury 4-stroke
40′ Inflatable Slide and 2 Inflatable Trampolines
7 Kayaks (5 one-person, 2 two-person)
5 Paddle Boards
3 Pairs of Waterskis
3 Wake Boards
5 Inflatable Tubes
7 Mountain Bikes
7 Honda Ruckus’ Motor Bike (for use in Desolation Sound only)
The tenders are ideal for fishing and high speed sightseeing. The landing craft tender’s door is perfect for easy access to remote islands and landing the offroad scooters or mountain bikes.
“ALL INCLUSIVE” PRICING, plus 5% Tax and 15% suggested crew gratuity.
1. GREAT BEAR RAINFOREST, British Columbia, Canada
8 guests with 5 crew:
2023 – 5 nights – USD $129,000 inclusive
2024 – 5 nights – USD $142,000 inclusive
9 guests with 6 crew:
2023 – 5 nights – USD $139,000 inclusive
2024 – 5 nights – USD $152,000 inclusive
2. DESOLATION SOUND, British Columbia, Canada
8 guests with 5 crew:
9 nights – USD $183,000 inclusive
8 nights – USD $162,000 inclusive
7 nights – USD $143,000 inclusive
6 nights – USD $129,000 inclusive
5 nights – USD $118,000 inclusive
9 guests with 6 crew:
9 nights – USD $194,000 inclusive
8 nights – USD $173,000 inclusive
7 nights – USD $154,000 inclusive
6 nights – USD $140,000 inclusive
5 nights – USD $129,000 inclusive
5 crew, fuel, meals, non-alcoholic beverages, Pacific Yellowfin beer, one bottle of house BC wine per guest per day, and use of equipment and water toys. Great Bear Rainforest charters include transfers Terrace to Kitimat round trip, and spirit bear viewing with specialist First Nations guide.
5% GST tax, customary crew gratuity at the Charterer’s discretion (15% advised and only paid at the charter’s conclusion), fishing licenses, other alcoholic beverages and any docking fees or satellite phone usage.
1. Great Bear Rainforest
Almost all guests fly in and out of Terrace (either private or on commercial flights to/from Vancouver)
2. Desolation Sound
Most guests fly in and out by private charter float plane / seaplane, typically Harbour Air from Vancouver BC or Kenmore Air from Seattle WA.
Can fly by private jet into Vancouver then seaplane, and/or fly in to Campbell River then transfer via helicopter, float plane or water taxi, and/or drive and ride a short BC Ferry.
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5 crew with 8 guests
6 crew with 9 guests
Impeccable service and generosity best describes our crew, who endeavor to go above & beyond our guests’ wishes. Their knowledge of the coast, experience on the water and incredible personalities are great assets of the journey aboard Pacific Yellowfin. However, though always keen on sharing travel anecdotes or out of the ordinary happenings, they know when to vanish and let guests relax, enjoy themselves and make the most of these magnificent landscapes.
CAPTAIN Colin Griffinson
Birthplace: Dublin, Ireland
Our resident storyteller and charismatic Captain holds a deep affection for wooden vessels, the open ocean, and the unique experiences he has come to be privy to when immersing himself in a combination of the two. An explorer at heart, with over five decades of sailing expertise, he’s available to impart seafaring wisdom, share insightful stories, and instigate a laugh or two from adults and children alike.
CHIEF DECKHAND / WILDERNESS GUIDE
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