Brentwood Bay Public Government Docks

The public dock in Brentwood Bay is located directly beside the Blues Bayou Cafe (we highly recomend this place - please let them know Birds of a Feather sent you) at 899 Marchant Rd, Brentwood Bay as seen in the picture below with the man walking on the dock to the right of the dock and jutting out from shore on piers. Parking is at the marina parking lot at the end of Marchant Rd as you drive just past the Blues Bayou.

Brentwood Bay government public dock

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Birds of a Feather Marine EcoTours utlizes over 40 departure locations on Vancouver Island. In the greater Victoria area we typically depart from either Pedder Bay Marina in Metchosin, the government docks at 1824 Maple Ave. in Sooke, the Fleming Beach boat launch on 1101 Munro St. in Esquimalt, and pick up at the public government docks in Brentwood Bay shown above, the inner harbour in downtown Victoria, or Tulista Park in Sidney approximately 20 minutes north of downtown Victoria.


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Whales, tall ship wreck and oceanside vineyards

the Crowther Family Boating Journal: Our Alaska cruise pulled in to Vancouver just after 7:30 am and by 11:30 we met up with Dieter. Our flight back home to Australia left the next day. With Dieter’s planning advice it all went like clockwork. We flew in to Ganges from the Vancouver harbour on a float plane with Salt Spring Island Air where Dieter met us. After enjoying an excellent lunch on Salt Spring we headed south through the Gulf Islands and stopped at the Saturna Island Vineyards to sample their wines and bought a few bottles. This oceanside vineyard reminded us of those back home in southern Australia near Melbourne. We also saw a tall ship wrecked on a reef near there. We passed through the San Juans where we spent an hour or so watching a super pod of Orcas. A large male breached completely out of the water just a few hundred yards from the boat. This is an experience we will never forget and recommend to anyone who loves the ocean and wildlife. Dieter dropped us off in Victoria right next to the West Coast Air float plane docks at 5:30 pm. By 7:00 pm we were back in our hotel in Vancouver! What a perfect day. This was the icing on our perfect week to the west coast. Thank you "Birds of a Feather". Next time we’ll be back to stay at your B&B in Victoria.