Pacific Yellowfin – Boutique Luxury Yachting at its Finest throughout British Columbia
Many travellers and locals alike believe that British Columbia is most aptly viewed by water. Considering that the sounds and streams intricately rushing off of the Pacific Ocean have time and again been compared to the Mediterranean Sea, it is no wonder that the British Columbia isles and coasts are a well-sought destination. To experience the authentic beauty of the Pacific Northwest Canadian wilderness, indulge in a voyage on the Pacific Yellowfin. This decommissioned United States Army ship has undergone painstaking reformation and rebirth, becoming a luxury yacht unrivalled in the grand Pacific.
Offering only 2 stateroom suites and 2 deluxe cabins, therefore sleeping a mere 12 guests maximum, turns the luxury Pacific Yellowfin into a boutique yachting experience. The Bears Cabin and Orcas Cabin present more space than one would find on a cruise ship, yet still retains the intimate feel of boutique yachting. Appointed with modern-day amenities, both areas are well equipped to house children or small families. Above deck, guests will find the lavish Captain’s stateroom and the mahogany appointed Owner’s stateroom. Each guest space carries an understated nautical motif that carries itself gracefully throughout the en suite, sleeping, and sitting areas.
Dining on the Pacific Yellowfin is not an afterthought, but a highlighted part of the journey. Taking the “living off of the land” philosophy one glorious step further, guests will have the privilege of living off of the sea as they fish and collect shellfish on their voyage. The Executive Chef prepares all fresh catches in a traditional yet sumptuous manner. There are no set menus on the Pacific Yellowfin, only meals designed uniquely to utilize the freshest available ingredients of the seasons. The on board sommelier will select the finest regional and global varietals to enhance your bespoke dining experience.