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VHF Channel 66A 50 24. 82N 125 30. 00W

Blind Channel Water Taxi

Blind Channel Water Taxi services the Discovery Islands and Johnstone Strait areas with five to twelve passenger boats including a ten passenger landing craft. The boats are Transport Canada certified, welded aluminum vessels, which are designed to get you to your destination safely and quickly.  Charters can be arranged to and from Campbell River, Browns Bay, Rock Bay, or Kelsey Bay.  Rock Bay is the closest road connection to Blind Channel.  There is plenty of parking, and there is always someone around to keep an eye on things.     

Our fleet includes the five passenger Skeddadle, the ten passenger Laura K, and the twelve passenger Excalibur 1.  The Laura K  is a landing craft which provides fast, comfortable service for transporting ATVs, supplies, and people to beach locations.

Direct Scheduled Service Between Blind Channel and Campbell River

$149 per person + GST

Minimum two passenger signup required to operate sched.  Advanced booking required.

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We had a wonderful week in this incredible place. We saw orcas, dalls porpoise, dolphins, and a bear. Awesome! We so enjoyed the helpful and friendly staff, too. We look forward to coming back.

Joyce and John, Comox, BC

Blind Channel Resort

Blind Channel Resort is a full service marina resort on West Thurlow Island on Canada’s Pacific Coast, located just north of Desolation Sound, en route for boaters heading to and from Alaska and the Broughton Archipelago and salmon heading to their streams

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