For centuries the call of the San Juan Islands has lured adventurous mariners seeking a special place. Long before Spanish and English sailors explored this vast myriad of islands, Native Americans plied the straits in their canoes as they traded, raided and gathered seafood.
The San Juan Islands are comprised of hundreds of islands ranging from small rocky outcrops to large forest-clad and mountainous masses. The waters are rich with seafood…salmon, rock fish, scallops, Dungeness crab, mussels and clams.
Wildlife abounds on the land and in the sea. You’re just as likely to encounter tiny squirrels, deer and migratory birds as you are to see seals, sea lions and whales.
Have you ever seen a whale breach, heard the whoosh of air exhaling through its blowhole or been amazed by the sheer beauty of a pod of Orca gliding through glassy waters?
Our team has created these sample itineraries for cruising round-trip from Anacortes through the San Juan Islands or the Gulf Islands. You may choose to follow these sample itineraries, or tailor them to your preference to create a vacation of a lifetime in the Pacific Northwest.
San Juan Islands
7-Night | San Juan Islands