Our Mermaid tours in Porpoise Bay are a quick cost effective way to experience the true wilderness of our Super Natural coast. Porpoise Bay is at the very sheltered end of Sechelt Inlet – it is a unique area, both for the oceanography and the geology. It is rich with history from the shishálh Nation. This is the natural focal centre of our Coast and is the access point for a huge wilderness area around our Inland Sea.
As with all our tours, the knowledgeable boat operator will point out the most interesting features for you to enjoy. Choose from 2 times for the Mermaid Tour or the more in-depth cultural outings that feature a host from the shishálh Nation.
Summer: (June to Sept) – Daily
Spring (March, April, May) & Fall: (October, November) – Frequently
Winter: Tours are available by arrangement
We have regular scheduled tours and can arrange charter outings outside of scheduled times.
Mermaid Deluxe or Evening Tour – 90 min
Cultural Outing Tour – 90 min
Tours depart from the centrally located Porpoise Bay Public Wharf in Sechelt (right beside the Lighthouse Pub): 5764 Wharf Rd, Sechelt, BC
Group departures can be arranged to suit any schedule. Call toll free 1-800-870-9055 to ask about making special arrangements.
Mermaid Tour, Deluxe or Evening Adults: $39 (37.15 + 1.85 GST) ; Youth (under 12) $29 (27.62 + 1.38 GST)
Book 2:30 or 4:30 Mermaid Deluxe tour tickets
Everything you need to know about going on the Porpoise Bay Tour.
Payment in full is required to confirm your reservation. No refunds are available. Once any reservations are confirmed we will not cancel the trip for lack of numbers. Until confirmations are issued the schedule is subject to change. Make sure you reserve ahead to avoid disappointment.
Get out on the water and enjoy the best aspect of the Sunshine Coast! The Porpoise Bay tours are suitable for everyone and the pontoon boat is stable and comfortable. It is easy to load and you can move around without any problems. Visibility couldn’t be better!
The Mermaid Deluxe (90 min) take you in to the protected waters of the Sechelt Inlet. Get a sense of the wilderness shoreline and an idea of why British Columbia is know for its mountains, oceans and rainforests. Here we live right on the edge of some of the finest areas; and we value our proximity.