Passing Cloud is a 70-foot (21-metre) classic wooden schooner designed by William James Roué, famous for designing the legendary fishing schooner Bluenose.
Launched in Victoria, BC, in 1974 renowned for her elegant design, exceptional accommodation, robust construction, and remarkable sailing abilities, Passing Cloud has a rich history on the BC coast.
Designed to sail around the world, the ship is an ideal vessel for wildlife and cultural expeditions throughout the BC coast. Passing Cloud is a Transport Canada-certified passenger vessel and meets the highest standards of safety and construction. She is fully equipped with modern safety and navigation equipment, including radar, GPS, VHF radios, EPIRB, digital chart plotter, and satellite telephone.
Among Passing Cloud’s many appealing features are her three private staterooms, gorgeous main salon, traditional wheelhouse, generous deck space, and exceptional sailing abilities.