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Discover Salt Spring Island waterfronts!


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Salt Spring Island offers an authentic marine experience.

There are varying types of waterfront: beach, deep water, high bank/mid-bank/low bank, dock, no dock, tidal, semi-waterfront...expansive panoramic views, narrow fiord-like vistas, bays, coves...something for everyone.

Located in the some of the best protected boating waters in the world, this area is now called by its historic name: the Salish Sea.

Sailing, kayaking, power boat discoveries...seals, whales, sea lions, eagles, gulls...the ocean experience surrounds us.

A lake is more your thing? Well, the tide is always in. Salt Spring's lakes are also fresh-water fishing destinations.

A little beachcombing is in your dreams? Time to check out the allure of Salt Spring's hidden coves. Call me!

Yes, waterfront has your name on it.

 

 

How may I help you to discover special Salt Spring Island & the Southern Gulf Islands?   Call me!

Comment balloon 4 commentsLi Read • March 03 2018 05:16PM
Discover Salt Spring Island waterfronts!
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