Christine waves as the David B leaves Squalicum Harbor.
From Jeffrey & Christine,
We are super excited to begin our 2017 Northwest Navigation season April 27th! We will be taking a family of seven to the San Juan Islands.
Plus next week we're going to start sending out trip recaps so you can enjoy all our […]
Sea blush and a fossil at Sucia Island.
Early spring is one of my favorite times in the Pacific Northwest. It a time where the wildflowers brighten up the landscape in the already beautiful San Juan Islands, and of course the David B is back out on the water. Our first cruise in 2016 was a […]
Sand drawings at Wood Spit on an Alaska cruise
Our guests love the David B! Since we only take six guests on the boat per cruise, we work hard to make sure your time onboard the David B is unique, authentic, and special. I think that's what makes our cruises in Alaska, the Inside Passage, […]
This story was originally published at CruisingNW.com and can be read there in its entirety.
Where the skiff meets the beach the sound of hundreds, if not thousands of small-flat weathered rocks clatter and scrape against each other as if in protest of having to move out of the way. I feel the same protest from […]
Kayaking at Sucia Island
We just got back from our first trip of the 2014 season. It was a lovely 4-day cruise with wonderful family of six on board. We left Bellingham and motored to Stuart Island. Along the way we found a bunch of Steller's sea lions lazing on Spieden Island's Green Point. They […]
Kayaking at Sucia Island is a great way to find low tide creatures
Low tide is one of the best times to kayak at Sucia Island. One sunshine-y fall day I took several of our guests for a paddle along the wind-and-wave-sculpted sandstone that makes up Sucia. My guests were agreeable to a slow paddle […]
Map of the Salish Sea & Surrounding Basin, Stefan Freelan, WWU, 2009
Most of the time when I talk about cruising on the David B, I say that we're cruising the San Juan Islands, or Gulf Islands, but it turns out that we spend most our time cruising the Salish Sea. Find out where the […]
Washington State is lucky to have an incredible system of marine parks. Several in the San Juan Islands. One that I particularly enjoy is Jones Island, a hundred and eighty-eight acre park that has a network of trails running along it's perimeter and across the island. One of the many things that's attractive about Jones […]
Goofing off with Sarah Kirkish on the David B
A few of years ago we had a couple from Austin, Texas come on the David B for a cruise in the San Juan Islands. Sarah and Rob are both adventurous people and we took a liking to them immediately. Rob and Sarah are interesting for […]