A boat trip with family is always an amazing way to spend the day with your family and moreover, a beautiful view of the scenic city of Vancouver will make the trip amazing.
Feverup brings a tour in Zodiac Inflatable boat to explore Vancouver on multiple dates from 12:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Book your tickets now.
1. Zodiac Inflatable Boat Tour in Vancouver
It is time to enjoy an amazing zodiac inflatable boat tour of Vancouver. The event is a three-hour boat trip in a Zodiac Inflatable boat.
The tour begins at Granville Island. The boat will pass False Creek with a view toward Stanley Park.
It is a guided tour, the guide is available in both English and French and the guide will help you to understand the importance of the Burrard Street Bridge and the Siwash Rock.
The ticket is only available online and the mobile application is available on both the Google play store and the Apple Store too.
The tickets cover the cost of the coxswain, guide, and survival kit. The tickets are divided into two categories.
The adult tickets are charged for 15 to 64 years old and senior tickets for 65 plus. The price is placed at CA $121.00 and CA $144.00 for senior citizens and adults respectively.
The tickets cannot be changed or canceled or refundable.
Also, there are limited tickets only available; so do not forget to book your tickets at the earliest.
The tour will take you to numerous locations in Ottawa on a zodiac boat. The start point of location is 1812 Boatlift Ln, Vancouver, British Columbia.
1.4. Age Restriction
The event is open to all above 15 years and you can enjoy your day with your loved one with plenty of pictures.
1.5. COVID Restriction
As per the new regulations of British Columbia, you are required to be vaccinated for the event and you will need to carry your vaccination certificate for the same.
1.6. Zodiac Inflatable Boat
It is a lightweight boat constructed by Zodiac.
The boat is built with flexible tubes and is filled with air. The flexible tubes are used to construct the sides and bows of the boat.
The boat has a strong fixed base made up of wood or aluminum and high-grade plastic is also used in some cases. The boats are propelled by two outboard motors.
The outboard motors are fixed on a rigid transom and steering controls are given ahead. These boats are fitted with seats for the guests to be seated.
Do not worry if you do not know swimming. The ticket covers the price of a survival kit.
You will be given a life jacket during the tour. Also, you will be given a brief on how to act in case of an emergency.