Vancouver Maritime Museum

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8 / 10

4 expert reviews

“St. Roch is a wood-hulled boat-and a small one, at just 32m/104ft, built in a Vancouver shipyard in 1928. The schooner is permanently dry-docked inside the museum.”

– Michelin Guide

Fodor's
"About a third of this museum has been turned over to kids, with touchable displays offering a chance to drive a tug, maneuver an underwater robot, or dress up as a seafarer." Full review
Frommer's
"You’d think it would be nothing but boats here, but the curators at this friendly space in an A-frame on the beach like to think outside the box." Full review
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The main attraction will always be the RCMP patrol ship
Time Out
"The main attraction here is the St Roch, the first vessel to have navigated the Northwest Passage in both directions." Full review


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