McNeill's Inn On The Harborfront
TripAdvisor Reviews McNeill's Inn On The Harborfront Port McNeill
Travel Blogs from Port McNeill
... fog banks.
With the aid of GPS, Radar and electronic chart plotter our experienced captain calmly heads us into the Straits. As the morning ages the carpet of fog lifts a little giving us tantalising glimpses of herons, cormorants and gulls gathering around the fish shoals. Keeping close to the islands we are welcomed by a large group of Sea Lions also hunting their lunch.
Leaving the gulls and sea lions to their search we head for deeper waters as the ...
... three of us.
We had decided to do the paid Steak House tonight which is the Nouveau Restaurant on the Carnival Legend. There is a $35 dollar charge but we wanted Christina to experience what a fine steak house was like without the cost as at places like Ruth Chriss one dinner can cost the same as three of them at Nouveau. Anyways it was a delicious dinner with Marge getting Lobster, Christina Prime Rib and a Filet Mignon for ...
... and realized that Beach Blanket Buffet was opening so we went in and grabbed some fresh fruit to accompany the tea. We had reservations at Palo this morning for brunch so we didn’t want to spoil our appetites.
After enjoying a little breakfast snack, we went back down to the stateroom and Susan was awake. My parents were also up next door, so we decided to give the boys a wakeup call to see if they wanted to grab a little bite to eat before ...
... ever asked for a break, but the guides just seemed to know when we'd need one.
Eventually we stopped at a moderately sized bay near the Sophia Islands. The primary beach that our guides had intended for us to land on was occupied by other kayaks (we had seen no others until this point) so we landed further into the bay by an old pig farm from the days of yore. The cougars on West Cracroft Island made the business venture too troublesome and ...
... a half hour ride to our camping spot.
Normally the journey takes about two and a half hours but the chop on the Johnstone Straight was up and we had to plow our way west over the rolling waves and churning water. Tanya and I have been on boats in several seas, oceans and rivers and this was definitely some of the most treacherous water we'd come across. It was beautiful but there were certainly many a boat skeleton on the bottom. We stopped a few times ...
Other places to stay in Port McNeill
1703 Broughton Blvd., Port McNeill | Innfrom $80