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Report From The Shipyard: Cascadia Gets New Propulsion Engines and Gears
Point Hope shipyard, Cascadia’s home for the winter. Photo: Jordan Lambe The on-and-off rainfall has done little to dampen the spirits of the Maple...
What to consider when choosing a cabin
When it comes to planning a dream expedition, the world really is your oyster. But can there ever be such a thing as too...
Report from the Shipyard 2020
By Maureen Gordon, with reports from Greg Shea, Matt Whelan and Kevin Smith As an ecotourism company that actually owns its own boats, we...
Why We Chose Cascadia as Maple Leaf Adventures’ Third Ship
A letter from Kevin Smith, captain, expedition leader, CEO and president of Maple Leaf Adventures Introducing Cascadia Our mission at Maple Leaf Adventures is: – That you have a...
Replacing the Schooner Maple Leaf’s Bowsprit
In 2014, we replaced one of the Maple Leaf’s most recognizable attributes: her beautiful bowsprit. What’s a Bowsprit? The bowsprit (aka that long pointy...
Reports from Shipyard
Seemingly unending sunny skies and spring weather are giving the Maple Leaf Adventures crew a huge boost at our annual shipyard work this year....