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Boat Tours & Charters

From a relaxing sail on the Bras d’Or Lake to an adventurous zodiac cruise and humbling humpback whale sighting, our little Island offers a big selection of boat tours and charter activities. Catch your own lobster dinner with the help of seasoned fishermen or hook a Giant Bluefin Tuna. Set against a backdrop of rugged coastlines, you’ll encounter abundant sea life including whales, seabirds, and more.

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Boat Tours & Charters in Bras d’Or Lake

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Romance the Stars

Regions: Cabot Trail, Bras d’Or Lake

Community: Baddeck

The story begins by leaving your shoes, cares and worries behind on a wharf in the village of Baddeck, and stepping onto the Cape Bretoner 1...


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Bird Island Boat Tours

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Region: Bras d’Or Lake

Community: Bras d’Or

Daily tours to see puffins, other seabirds, seals & bald eagles. Educational, uniquely narrated 2 3/4 hour tours. Rain or shine in our c...


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Sailing CBI

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Regions: Cabot Trail, Bras d’Or Lake

Community: Baddeck

Sailing CBI operates Cape Bretoner 1, a luxury 42’ x 24’ Alpha catamaran out of Baddeck, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia on The Bras d’Or Lak...


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Richmond Adventure Planning

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Trip Advisor Rating 55 Reviews

Regions: Bras d’Or Lake, Cape Breton’s South Coast

Community: St. Peter’s

Experience Canada’s largest inland sea as you join Captain Kerr on “Cu Na Mara” (“Hound of the Sea” in Gaelic) for a personalized ...


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Sail Cape Breton

Region: Bras d’Or Lake

Community: Ben Eoin

About the Captain Captain Richard Ellerbrok is an accomplished sailor with over 30 years of experience sailing lakes and blue water, 25 of...


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Easy to Find. Hard to Leave.

There are direct flights to Sydney from Toronto and Montreal and from other North American and European cities via Halifax. If traveling by ground, the Trans-Canada Highway 104 leads to Cape Breton Island.

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