North Island Lodge arrives in Vancouver for the Winter GamesJanuary 26, 2010 | 665 Views
(January 26th 2010, Vancouver, BC) – Earlier this morning, West Coast Fishing Club’s North Island Lodge glided into its new home, directly under Granville Street Bridge, where it will be moored for the duration of the Vancouver Winter Games.
Normally residing in the waters off Langara in BC’s Queen Charlotte Islands, the West Coast Fishing Club’s North Island Lodge is a uniquely designed “floatel”, moored in False Creek directly under the Granville Bridge for the duration of the Vancouver Winter Games. Positioned at the heart of the action, the two-storey lodge will be just a short boat ride from Olympic venues BC Place and GM Place, not to mention the daily celebrations at LiveCity Yaletown and Granville Island. When the sun goes down, the spacious back deck offers unique views of the nightly fireworks, reflected in the water.
Although all accommodations on this luxury lodge have been booked by a corporate group, West Coast Fishing Club has a fleet of 22′ Boston Whalers available for corporate charter throughout February. If you are looking for a fast way to travel around Vancouver, our boats are sure to get you there in style. Contact West Coast Fishing Club on 604-233-9232 for more details.
Images of the North Island Lodge, both on location and in False Creek, available on request.