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Sailing Safaris British Columbia, Alaska 2016/17

Your aquatic safaris on Inspirity begins with you contacting us and arranging your flight to Vancouver BC and home again, we'll do all the rest! You're on vacation.


For adventurous souls you will get to experience Vancouver Island from a new point of view with a breathtaking seaplane adventure that has been arranged by us to drop down into the water and deliver you directly to our boat where ever we may be. You will transfer to the Vancouvers south terminal where your float plane will be waiting. On the flight your plane may stop at several locations enabling you to see the the coast from the unique perspective of a floatplane. Be sure to bring your camera to record your adventure.


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Contact us now by phone or web.
We can't wait to make your dream a reality!


We will ask you a few questions such as preferred dates and things you might enjoy doing while onboard such as fishing, excursions, whale watching, hiking, cruising, enjoying remote anchorages with great food and beverages etc. Once we have all your information we will put together a unique vacation package just for you. All you will have to do is show up :) We will make sure you have a great time while visiting with us on Inspirity.

Olivier &'Brenda


What to pack for your time on Inspirity.

What people take with the when they go sailing varies by the kind of sailing they are doing, where they are sailing, their experience and personal preferences, but here we try and give those uncertain what to bring some guidelines on useful items to have with you during a sailing holiday on the Pacific West Coast of Canada and the US.


Clothes

If your holiday falls between mid-May and the end of September, you won't need much in the way of clothes! A couple of swimsuits, some T-shirts and shorts and something casual and warm for the evenings are all you need. It's a good idea to include a windproof jacket in case of stronger winds.

Closed non-slip shoes (deck shoes/sports shoes) are a must for safety on board and don't forget to bring a sun hat, sunglasses and include plenty of sunscreen. Reflection from the water means you soak up a lot of sun while sailing.

Other suggested items, fleece, warm pants and wet weather gear just in case.

Pack soft bags rather than hard suitcases as hard cases are difficult to stow away in lockers onboard. It's a good idea to choose soft bags with wheels or have a collapsible trolley for ease of transport.

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Toiletries and medication

Other than your personal toiletries (shampoo, conditioner etc) if you take prescribed medicine, it is advisable to bring enough with you for the duration of your time on board. Although we have a basic first aid kit, it is a good idea to carry one of your own which should includes travel sickness pills, antiseptic cream, insect repellent, antihistamine cream/gel for insect bites and anything else you personally may need.

Food

Although you will probably find everything you need in the supermarkets or small villages, if you have food allergies (milk, wheat gluten, etc.) it is advisable to bring the substitutes you use at home as they may not be readily available in the small shops you will be using to provision.


Documents & currency

You will of course need your passport. Check here with the Canadian and here with the US consulate as to whether you need to apply for a visa. If you intend to hire a car, motorbike or other vehicle whilst on holiday you should also bring your driver license. Your personal holiday insurance documents.

We recommend that you bring some cash together with your credit or bank cards. Most of the time it is better to buy your Canadian and US dollars here, you can use bank ATM cash machines in most places as long as your bank card operates while abroad; not all do.

You can use credit cards in shops and restaurants and the larger ports we may visit.

Remember that the smaller and more remote ports may have no banks; no ATMs and that in small taverns credit cards may not be accepted. It's therefore a good idea to carry enough cash to buy daily supplies and pay for dinner, especially if we are going into more remote areas.


Useful Extra

You will need a continental 2 pin plug adapter for use on board for charging cameras, phones, iPads etc. We have 220V 50Hz available on board

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Segel Safari in British Columbia, Alaska 2016/17

Ihr Segel Safari mit Inspirity beginnt indem Sie uns kontaktieren und Ihren Flug nach Vancouver BC organisieren. Wir kümmern uns um den Rest.


Der von uns organisierte Flug mit dem Wasserflugzeug über Vancouver Island wird auch abenteuerdurstige Seelen erfüllen und eine atemberaubende Aussicht bieten. Sie landen direkt neben der Inspirity, wo auch immer wir vor anker liegen mögen.

Sie werden von Vacouver Airport Südterminal aus starten, wo Ihr Wasserflugzeug auf sie wartet. Unterwegs wird das Flugzeug an verschiedene Orte zwischenstops einlegen. Sie werden so die Möglichkeit haben die Küsten aus verschiedenste Perspektiven zu sehen.

Halten Sie unbedingt Ihre Video Kamera oder Fotoapparat bereit um Ihr Abenteuer bildlich festzuhalten.


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Kontaktieren Sie uns jetzt telephonisch oder per eMail.
Wir sind begeistert mit Ihnen Ihren Traum zu verwirklichen!



Wir haben einige Fragen an Sie bezüglich Ihre Ferien Daten und Aktivitáten wie Fischen, Exkursionen, Walbeobachtungen, Wanderungen, Segeln und entlegene Ankeplátze besichtigen, bevorzugte Getränke und Essen etc. Sobald wir besser wissen wie wir Sie verwöhnen können stellen wir ein speziell auf Ihre Wünsche angepasstes Ferienpaket zusammen. Sie brauchen nur noch in den Flieger eizusteigen. Wir garantieren Ihnen eine wunderbare Zeit mit uns an Bord der Inspirity

Olivier &'Brenda


What to pack for your time on Inspirity.

What people take with the when they go sailing varies by the kind of sailing they are doing, where they are sailing, their experience and personal preferences, but here we try and give those uncertain what to bring some guidelines on useful items to have with you during a sailing holiday on the Pacific West Coast of Canada and the US.


Clothes

If your holiday falls between mid-May and the end of September, you won't need much in the way of clothes! A couple of swimsuits, some T-shirts and shorts and something casual and warm for the evenings are all you need. It's a good idea to include a windproof jacket in case of stronger winds.

Closed non-slip shoes (deck shoes/sports shoes) are a must for safety on board and don't forget to bring a sun hat, sunglasses and include plenty of sunscreen. Reflection from the water means you soak up a lot of sun while sailing.

Other suggested items, fleece, warm pants and wet weather gear just in case.

Pack soft bags rather than hard suitcases as hard cases are difficult to stow away in lockers onboard. It's a good idea to choose soft bags with wheels or have a collapsible trolley for ease of transport.

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Toiletries and medication

Other than your personal toiletries (shampoo, conditioner etc) if you take prescribed medicine, it is advisable to bring enough with you for the duration of your time on board. Although we have a basic first aid kit, it is a good idea to carry one of your own which should includes travel sickness pills, antiseptic cream, insect repellent, antihistamine cream/gel for insect bites and anything else you personally may need.

Food

Although you will probably find everything you need in the supermarkets or small villages, if you have food allergies (milk, wheat gluten, etc.) it is advisable to bring the substitutes you use at home as they may not be readily available in the small shops you will be using to provision.


Documents & currency

You will of course need your passport. Check here with the Canadian and here with the US consulate as to whether you need to apply for a visa. If you intend to hire a car, motorbike or other vehicle whilst on holiday you should also bring your driver license. Your personal holiday insurance documents.

We recommend that you bring some cash together with your credit or bank cards. Most of the time it is better to buy your Canadian and US dollars here, you can use bank ATM cash machines in most places as long as your bank card operates while abroad; not all do.

You can use credit cards in shops and restaurants and the larger ports we may visit.

Remember that the smaller and more remote ports may have no banks; no ATMs and that in small taverns credit cards may not be accepted. It's therefore a good idea to carry enough cash to buy daily supplies and pay for dinner, especially if we are going into more remote areas.


Useful Extra

You will need a continental 2 pin plug adapter for use on board for charging cameras, phones, iPads etc. We have 220V 50Hz available on board

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