Originally Posted by michaelmrc
thanks hugh im already on route. just over in quadra now tomorrow campbell river for a few more supplies then off through seymour narrows.
I haven't read through the entire thread, so I apologize if I am duplicating other's advice.
We've gone around 6 times, CW and CCW and usually take a month. On the inside include Mamilakula (sp?) on Village Island in the Broughtons. It's not what it was 30 years ago, but still a great stop.
God's Pocket on Hurst Island is definitely worth a day stop.
Bull Harbor is the traditional stopping point before crossing Nahwitti Bar, but unfortunately, you can no long go ashore and visit the beach on the north side of the island without irritating the Native American landlords. Muddy, muddy bottom.
I'm sure others have said it, but really, don't cross the bar except a few minutes before high water slack. We took a wave over Delfin the last time around, and the conditions weren't that bad.
Follow others advice on West Coast
stopping places, but if no one has mentioned it, do visit what the locals call 'Jacobson's Point'. I can't remember if it is on the chart, but it is located at the southern base of the Brook's Penninsula. You can anchor
behind the islands at the base before entering Nasparti Inlet where there is probably still a wrecked Coast Guard cutter
. There is a trail that goes from the inlet side to the ocean side and one of the best beaches on the Island. You'll think you're in Hawaii
Other than that, follow your nose and have a great trip.