• 778.891.3845
109-605 Gibson Street, Tofino, BC

Coastal Charters has the keys to the seafood supermarket and are inviting you in! They are located in Tofino, British Columbia, and are ready to take you on a fishing adventure of a lifetime in this coldwater fishing paradise. Coastal Charters has been serving the east and west coasts of Vancouver Island for over 20 years and have become a marine and hospitality industry staple.

The vessel is a 28-foot Grady White offshore sport fishing boat powered by two 200 HP Yamaha engines, with a cruising speed of 25 knots. Fully equipped with the best safety, navigation and electronics that make it a safe and productive fishing platform no matter the conditions.

You can fish for salmon, halibut, snapper, various species of cod and dungeness crab. Pair up your fishing excursion with a relaxing trip to soak in the Hot Springs Cove to help rest those sore knuckles! Wildlife is commonplace as you journey from the fishing grounds to the natural geothermal springs located 20 nm north of Tofino. Your group will cruise by pods of dolphins, feeding grey whales, resident orcas, passing humpbacks, schools of sea otters, air borne bald eagles and a whole lot more. It is all part of the program. Whichever trip you choose, you will have the best guidance, the best fishing gear, and copious amounts of fun.

If you are taking a multi-day charter you will be pleased to know that your captain will hook you up with some of the best lodging options that Tofino has to offer – whether it’s camping, top-notch hotels, bed and breakfasts or other forms of accommodation. Just mention your preferences when booking!

Coastal Charters runs family friendly trips and they are able to accommodate beginners and seasoned anglers. With a bit of luck and a positive attitude, Coastal Charters returns to the barn at the end of each day loaded up with critters and chrome. And their inclusive packages only require you to obtain a fishing license and get out of bed in the morning!


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