The entrance to Johnstone Strait is situated near historic Telegraph Cove. This narrow passage of water lies between the east coast of Vancouver Island and the coastal mainland, and continues to flows downward for approximately 110 kilometers. Johnstone Strait is a busy thoroughfare for marine traffic which includes Alaska bound cruise ships, cargo vessels, fishing boats, and pleasure craft.
Telegraph Cove and the Johnstone Strait have become a popular destination for sport fishermen, vacationers, sea kayakers and whale watchers. This area is home to the world’s largest pod of resident orca and also offers viewings of other marine wildlife such as humpback, minke, grey whales, dolphins and porpoises, sea lions and seals.
“Smooth Sailings” – Johnstone Strait, B.C.
Acrylic painting by
Kathy Harder, Port McNeill, B.C.
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