Cruises & Boat Tours
Sailboat cruise (Dannielle Hayes photo)
There are a few cruise companies in the Kootenay Rockies region that offer houseboat rentals and sailboat tours on Kootenay Lake or Lake Koocanusa.
Explore Kootenay Lake by renting a houseboat from Kaslo Shipyard Co. (Kaslo) and ducking into quiet coves to fish for kokanee salmon, or by sailing at sunset with Red Sky at Night Sailing Adventures (Balfour) and lounging on deck with a glass of wine in hand. Sunshine Houseboat Vacations in Cranbrook offers houseboat rentals on Lake Koocanusa.
For a mini-cruise, take the 40-minute Kootenay Lake Ferry – the world’s longest free ferry ride – between Balfour and Kootenay Bay.
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2629 Hwy 95
Parson, British Columbia
Immerse yourself in the serenity & wonder of the world-famous Columbia Wetlands. Witness the wetlands come alive as you float quietly past beaver dams, osprey nests & a heron rookery. With over 300 species of mammals & birds & the Rocky Mountains as a backdrop, our adventures are a nature-lover's dream come true! An on-board guide will amaze & entertain you with their knowledge of the history, ecology & wildlife of the area.
We also offer canoe, kayak & SUP rentals for those who want to create their own adventure. We are a short drive from Golden, Kicking Horse Mountain Resort & Radium Hot Springs.
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Kaslo Public Wharf
Kaslo, British Columbia
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.