Hello friends and family of Duncanby Firstly we truly wish you and yours well. We realize that there is a lot of uncertainty as the world deals with covid 19. It is our hope and belief that things will be returning to normal by June. We are busy planning to open on June 6th and excited for the start of season 17 at the happiest place on the coast. It’s that time of year where we are needing your final payments for your trips and Denise will be contacting all of you by email or phone shortly as they are due 90 days prior to your trip date. If you are not comfortable paying your balance with the uncertainty of travel in the upcoming months we understand & will allow your deposits to be transferred to another available date. If travel is not possible when your trip date arrives we will transfer the funds you’ve paid to an available trip of your choice. We are full steam ahead getting everything ordered and Duncanby ready for what’s going to be the best season ever. Regards and may the spirit of the Tie Dye be part of your day everyday
“I always wondered why somebody doesn’t do something about that - then I realized I was somebody”. Lily Tomlin
Welcome to September - the final push is on!
Although Minister Wilkinson likely never read our lengthy letter in January detailing our view of disturbing shortcomings (to be charitable) in the Aquaculture Management Division (AMD) of his Department, we believe, from meetings held during the summer, that he finally sees what he and wild Pacific salmon are up against. At the very top of the list of the many challenges facing wild Pacific salmon we have to add the AMD itself. If you would like a copy of our January letter to the Minister just reply to this note and I will forward it........ download in pdf