Chris is a man of many talents! He is from Lake Tahoe, California and spent many years in the professional ski industry before making the transition to captaining private sport-fishing yachts. This career in the high-end hospitality world had Chris frequently running trips in California, east coast Mexico, and Alaska. For the last two years Chris has made Port Hardy his home. In his free time he spends countless hours volunteering/skiing at Mount Cain and is a member of the board of directors. He enjoys walking his dogs, and going on north island adventures. He loves the water and has a vast amount of experience surfing, paddle boarding, fishing, diving, and running boats. Chris has a conversational understanding of Spanish and German, and has a Bachelor’s Degree in Organizational Communication with a minor in German from the University of Utah.
Anna grew up in Port Hardy, and has recently moved back after living in Vancouver, Victoria, and southern California for many years. She has a passion for nature, conservation, animals (especially horses), gardening, and adventure. Anna spent much of her childhood roaming the beaches and forests of Storey’s Beach (10 minutes outside of Port Hardy), which created a true love and respect for our oceans, wildlife, and forests. While living in southern California she worked in the professional yacht industry and has plenty of experience in hospitality and tourism. She has a Bachelor’s Degree in Applied Communications from Royal Roads University and a Certificate in Horticulture from Orange Coast Community College.
Kevin is a north island local hailing from Sayward, BC. He currently works throughout western Canada, and will be occasionally helping out as a guide on our tours. He loves baseball, the outdoors, and north island life.
Kristina has called Port Hardy home for the last 28 years. She started "Cove," a surf, skate, and snowboarding retail store in Port Hardy in 2008. Kristina is also a local real estate agent and investor. She loves everything outdoors and being active. Her lifetime spent on the north island has given Kristina a wealth of local knowledge and practical experience. She will often be found hiking, kayaking, camping, and walking her great dane, Tucker.