Sea Lions, Humpbacks and Gorge Harbour, Cortes Island BC

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Back out on the boat for a trip to Gorge Harbour on Cortes Island near Campbell River, BC, and what a wildlife viewing treat on the way!

First, we spotted too many sea lions trying to fit on a red marker buoy. And then a special show from some humpback whales, including a half dozen breaches and scads of fin and tall slaps.

Humpback Whale breaching and Sea Lions on a buoy

The Gorge Harbour anchorage was peaceful. We chose a place away from where most people gather near the marina near just a few other boats. In the video, I show you the lovely scenery of the narrow passage into Gorge Harbour and a 360 view of our anchor location during a rainy morning and a sunny evening scene.

Sheltered Anchorage in Cortes Island and the Humpback Show

Soon we will store the RV for a few months and head out on the boat for an extended cruise. Stay tuned.

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Sea Lions Humpback Whales and Anchoring in Gorge Harbour Cortes Island BC

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