Welcome Aboard!

Welcome to Peggy's Cove Boat Tours located in Atlantic Canada's #1 Tourist Destination!

Established in 1999, we began entertaining our customers with Lobster Cruises in Lunenburg, N.S. in 2002 and have been cruising Atlantic Canada ever since. We are the exclusive boat tour operator in Peggy's Cove and offer our guests an adventure each time the boat leaves the wharf.

Our professional crew are knowledgeable with local points of interest and enjoy entertaining our guests. We'll make every effort to accommodate your schedule and requirements. Our mission is to offer all of our guests the ultimate maritime experience.

Scheduled Tours

Our boat - the Seadog IV - is a 42 foot Northhumberland Twin-Engine Transport Canada approved for 20 passengers equipped with all the latest navigation and safety equipment to provide you with a safe and enjoyable tour. We do have a head (washroom) on board! Rain, shine or fog, we will do our best to make your tour with us the highlight of your vacation. Our professional crew are knowledgeable with the local points of interest.

Sightseeing & Marine Life

Several Daily Departures

From June through September join us for a 1 hour tour as we cruise past Peggy's Cove Lighthouse heading east, navigating between the rocky islands to the fishing village of West Dover. Keep your eyes open for seals, tuna, leatherback turtles and sunfish. In addition, Dover Island is located one mile off the shore of West Dover. It is considered by many to be the best bouldering area around Nova Scotia and the premier bouldering destination in Atlantic Canada.

Puffin & Seal Watching

Several Weekly Departures

From June through August, this 2-2½ hour tour will take you out to Pearl Island the only Puffin nesting colony on the southwestern coast of Nova Scotia, where you'll also see; Razorbills, Black Guillemots, Common Terns, Common Eiders and Seagulls. Then we'll steam back to Seal Rock to watch the seals sunbathing or feeding depending on the tides and then cross the head of beautiful St. Margaret's Bay.

Deep Sea Fishing

Daily Morning Departures

From June till September join us for 2 hours of Deep Sea Fishing which offers an abundance of Cod, Mackerel, Haddock, Pollock and anything else that's hungry enough to grab your line. This tour allows you to fully appreciate the Marine Life of our Atlantic Waters. We supply all the gear with a choice of rods or traditional hand lines. We will even clean, fillet and bag your catch for you!

Sunset Tours

Daily Departures @ Sunset

From July through August join us for a 2 hour Sunset Cruise, the perfect way to end your day in the Cove. We'll head up St. Margaret's Bay to Boutiliers Cove then across the bay to Southwest Cove to see the Castle. On the way back, we will catch a beautiful sunset. Mother Nature will decide how spectacular it is!

Private Tours

Our scheduled tours are also available for Private Charter so that we may accommodate your specific requirements and schedule. We've hosted many private parties and special events, please contact us for more information.

Chartered Tours

Our tours are only limited by your imagination!

Our vessel is available for charter from June thru October. We can board up to 20 people and are available for short or long durations. We strive to accommodate your specific needs and schedule. Our experienced crew is certified to provide you with the best cruising experience possible in historic Atlantic Canada.

Peggy's Cove

Things To Do
Spend a day walking and shopping in Peggy's Cove Village. This is a working fishing village with all that accompanies that activity. Fishermen come and go, lobster traps and fish nets decorate the wharves and roadside, and fishing boats come and go from the local wharf. Learn the geology and history of the Village as told on story boards scattered throughout the area. Shop for souvenirs at the gift shops, enjoy an espresso and cookie on the deck at Beales while taking in the view of the cove and be sure to stop for chowder and gingerbread at the Sou'Wester Restaurant. Go hiking in the thousand acre Peggy's Cove Preservation Area. Glaciers shaped the land thousands of years ago, ancient boulders, some weighing many tons, are scattered along the coast. For those who love and respect the earth, and who wish to experience the connection between themselves and the "Oneness of all Things", a quiet visit to this area is a must. This area is very delicate and we ask that you stay on the paths already created by the many people who have explored the area. Locals can direct you to the best spots to enjoy the area.

How To Reach Us

Our Location

149 Peggy's Point Road (Government Wharf)
Peggy's Cove, NS
B3Z 3S2

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44.4928° N
63.9175° W

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