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Robb Report

Discover Canada’s coastlines aboard PACIFIC YELLOWFIN, on a unique, action-packed adventure, as featured by Julia Zaltzman in Robb Report.

May 2022
Pacific Yellowfin in Robb Report

“This 113-foot classic yacht will moor in Desolation Sound, with its dramatic mountain backdrop, as well as explore other pristine areas of British Columbia. Composed of calm inlets, sweeping bays and scattered islands, Canada’s west coast is wilderness at its most scenically beautiful, and the yacht’s restored log-cabin-style interior with nautical accents complements the Pacific Northwest terrain. Off-yacht adventures include kayaking secluded lagoons and perhaps even paddling with orcas. You can also step ashore to harvest clams and oysters. The yacht is stocked with toys including an inflatable trampoline and slide, plus a six-person hot tub.”

Julia Zaltzman
Robb Report

Traverse the sea alongside killer whales, the mighty humpback, sea lions and magnificent bald eagles, and then venture inland to encounter bears that call this region their home. PACIFIC YELLOWFIN provides the perfect base from which to discover British Columbia. 

Get in touch with our team if you’re interested in this experience.

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