Past another shipwreck, a bald eagle took flight from the top of a yellow cedar as we turned back around Francis Peninsula. “The only way to see Pender Harbour is on the water,” Mark reaffirmed when we docked back at John Henry’s. “It’s a community that was built on the water and that’s the best way to see it.”
You can book your own 90-minute tour with Mark and the SloCat team anytime or experience something totally unique when you visit during December. From Nov. 30 to Dec. 9, this charming coastal community will be a holiday wonderland, with lights twinkling off the water and over a dozen events taking place from Madeira Park to Garden Bay, all guaranteed to ignite your festive spirit.
If You Go
BC Ferries leaves from Horseshoe Bay in West Vancouver to the Sunshine Coast with around 10 sailings daily, plus sailings from Vancouver Island to the northern Sunshine Coast (Powell River), or you can take advantage of the many other transportation services including float planes, passenger ferry service, and more.
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