Natures Best Wilderness And Cultural Tours on Green Eva


"From Discovery Passage to the Emerald Paradise of Northern Vancouver Island"

Welcome aboard the Coast Guard certified Green Eva. Let us take you on a dive adventure that takes in the best dive sites from Campbell River to Northern Vancouver Island and adjacent mainland. As most dives are during slack tides, enjoy cruising and discover the beauty of Beautiful British Columbia during your cruising time. Skiffs are provided for dive tendering, fishing, and shore excursions such as beach walks and beach combing.

Liveaboard dive adventures aboard the Green Eva provide quality dives during your stay aboard the Green Eva. Tanks, weights, and on board re-fills are included when choosing the all-inclusive tours. The 8 person full size hot tub makes for an excellent finnish to any dive!

Experience some of the world's most beautiful diving grounds like Hunt Rock- famous for tame wolf eels, Browning wall - where you can admire the limitless underwater colors of the walls. We will take you to the fascinating wrecks of the Themis and the S.S. Suwanee, a never forgotten experience.

Whale Watching Wilderness Tour

Welcome aboard the Green Eva!

We are on our way to find the Orca (or Killer) whales which does not take very long in season. With the whales behind us we will head into a part of the BC coast called the Broughton Archipelago. Loaded with history of the early settlers and native people, we pass many native village sites – mostly abandoned.

Always be on the lookout for additional wildlife such as Humpback or Minke whales, dolphins, porpoise, seals, sea lions, eagles and a variety of seabirds. Our upper deck offers panoramic viewing and a place to relax, perhaps with a glass of wine in the hot tub.


We will make a stop at Billy Proctors’ Museum, accessible only by boat or seaplane, and learn about the local history. Billy has authored and co-authored two wonderful books on the area.

A cruise into Knight Inlet provides spectacular viewing of waterfalls, snowcapped mountains, glaciers and a never ending array of wildlife. In the quiet of night you may even hear the wolves howl.

Before we return to port we will make a special effort to have a last encounter with the Orca whales.

Three days minimum is required for this tour. For those who prefer a slower pace with time for beachcombing or a little fishing, an additional 2 or 3 days are recommended.



* For resident orcas/killer whales, July, August, September.
* Transient orcas are totally unpredictable and sighting can occur any time of year.
* Humpback whale sightings are most common July, August, September. Grey Whale migration late February to April. (West Coast Vancouver Island )