Cultural Travel & Study Tours
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Bluewater Adventures
       
Website www.bluewateradventures.bc.ca/
Year Established 1974
Program Description Natural history & native culture tours with a focus on the marine and coastal environment. Also offer high school programs in marine biology, sail training or combination.
Number of Programs/Year 4-10
Program Length 7-11 days
Program Focus Culture/History/Heritage, Nature/Science, Archaeology
Faculty An experienced naturalist accompanies every trip. Crew have backgrounds in marine biology, anthropology, education, and ornithology.
Costs Lodging aboard a 68-ft certified Canadian Coast Guard passenger vessel, or a 65' steel-hulled research vessel, U.S. Coast Guard certified as a passenger vessel.
Global Locations Vancouver, Canada
Months March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October
Contact Randy Burke
Company President
Bluewater Adventures
#3 - 252 East First Street
North Vancouver, BC, V7L 1B3
Canada
Phone: 888-877-1770 , 604-980-3800
Fax: 604-980-1800
E-Mail: explore@bluewateradventures.ca

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