Dreamspeaker Cruising Guides
The information-packed Dreamspeaker Cruising Guide series covers the most significant and accessible cruising areas of the southern inside passage, and has become standard reference for British Columbia boaters.
These popular cruising companions offer charts, tips and data that will enhance the enjoyment and safety of any voyage. The guides feature nautically accurate and informative hand-drawn charts of selected marinas and small boat anchorages, ranging from safe all-weather havens to secluded picnic spots and marine parks. Intended to complement official hydrographic charts, the Dreamspeaker Cruising Guides accurately pinpoint both popular and little-known highlights in BC and Pacific Northwest coastal waters that every sailor, power-boater or kayaker should know.
Written in the personal style of a boater's logbook, the accompanying text provides vital information about featured locations, plus notes on recreational activities for adults and children. Here you will find the best spots to anchor your boat, share a romantic sunset, enjoy a fine meal, pick blackberries in season—even locate a welcome hot shower or cappuccino!
Photographs illustrate safe approaches to the destinations, while full-colour scenic shots showcase the splendour of the Pacific Northwest Coast.
Anne and Laurence Yeadon-Jones have produced a series of seven Dreamspeaker Cruising Guides that offer the most comprehensive coverage for boating in the Pacific Northwest. Over the last thirty-five years, the Yeadon-Joneses have logged thousands of cruising hours charting, recording and photographing their travels. They live in Vancouver, BC.