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Kayaker on Kaslo Bay
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Kaslo

Cruises & Boat Tours

Sailboat cruise (Dannielle Hayes photo)

Sailboat cruise (Dannielle Hayes photo)

For information on cruises and boat tours in this location and other nearby locations, check out the map and product listings from business or service providers below.

Local Visitor Centres may also be able to offer helpful information about the cruises and boat tours available in this area.

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2 Cruises & Boat Tours in Kaslo

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Kaslo Kayaking - Kaslo

315 A Ave
Kaslo, British Columbia
V0G 1M0
Toll-free855-505-2925
Phone250-353-1925

Kayak Kootenay Lake in style. No experience necessary. Half day, full day & multi-day guided adventures; Kaslo Kayaking has a variety of tours to suit your time & budget. How about a lovely 4 hour afternoon paddle exploring Kootenay Lake, paddle with us to a remote ancient shore, hike to a hidden waterfall & enjoy a gourmet lunch on the beach.

Why not try out the hottest water sport craze. Stand Up Paddle Boarding, rentals and lessons available.

Sunset paddles depart daily in season & afford the best lake & mountain sunset views possible. Be sure to bring your camera!

Spur of the moment tours are welcome, but you might want to book in advance July - Sept.

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Kaslo Shipyard Company - Kaslo

Kaslo Public Wharf
Kaslo, British Columbia
V0G 1M0
Toll-free1-800-554-1657
Phone250-353-2686

Cruise, fish and explore sensational Kootenay Lake from the unique vantage point of a houseboat. It's all yours to enjoy: the quiet hidden coves, vast sandy beaches, vibrant lakeside towns and superb freshwater fishing.

Choose from our four seaworthy cruise vessels, each fully furnished with a spacious wheelhouse, full galley, full bathroom and complete sleeping facilities for four, six or eight people. While the vessels vary in size and character, each is steel-hulled, powered by dependable inboard diesel engines, and equipped with VHF independent frequency radios which keep the fleet in contact with each other.

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