Chartering out of Prince Rupert BC, Green Island Coastal Charters invites you to join us on board our 28 ft. Blue Max, cruising or fishing on Canadas beautiful North West coast. With spectacular scenery and an abundance of wildlife, the coastal experience boasts a large variety  of some of the most diverse coastal species you will ever find in the world. 

 

Green Island Coastal Charters will be catering to its guests while we are re-fitting our Heritage Vessel the MOJO II. Not only are we experienced on the water, we know our boats inside and out.

 

Your Guide John has the required Transport Canada's Marine Safety Certifications, including Small Vessel Operators Proficiency (SVOP), MED A2 - Advanced Marine Emergency Duties, Marine First Aid, Restricted Radio Operators Certificate, and Coastal Navigation.  Additional courses include BC Work Safe - Fish Safe Stability Course, Drug & Alcohol Testing for Supervisors and TC Masters Limited - 60 Ton. We comply 100% with Transport Canada standards and are members of the City of Prince Rupert Chamber of Commerce.

 

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Our focus is to provide our clients with a personally memorable, rewarding and safe West Coast charter.

Owners and Operators - Meet the Team : John and Maureen

Links - Lodging, restaurants and things to do while in Prince Rupert and area.

Where in the world is Prince Rupert, British Columbia - Canada?

Prince Rupert (AKA ‘Rupert) is a small port city on British Columbia’s northwest coastline, nestled in a lush temperate rain forest with an oceanic (marine) climate.  It is situated on the north shore of the mountainous Kaien Island, fronting on the sheltered Prince Rupert Harbour.

 

Prince Rupert experiences extreme tides up to ~24 vertical feet, with two high | low periodic tides daily; this can be best observed at Butze Rapids – here the reversing tidal rapids around Kaien Island causes the narrow body of water (Fern Passage) to reverse | change direction on each tide - flood | ebb.

 

‘Rupert is the terminus of TransCanada Highway No. 16 and is linked to the mainland by a short bridge.  Traveling to Prince Rupert can be done via air, cruise ship, motor vehicle, or train. 

‘Rupert is a two-hour flight from Vancouver, BC and scenic six-hour ferry ride from Ketchikan, Alaska; BC Ferries provides a picturesque sixteen-hour Inside Passage Day Cruise from Port Hardy, BC.