Experience the Parc Aquarium du Quebec – From the Boreal to the Arctic Regions.Along with the 16-hectare outdoor park, you’ll be able to visit our new main pavilion, which is home to over 3500 fish specimens. Fresh and salt water galleries will take you into an aquatic universe, leading you from the Laurentian Plateau to the open waters of the North Atlantic.
For any sailors who might be interested, here's a recount of our voyage after departing Vancouver, Canada in our 26-foot sailboat Amelia. This leg covers from Vancouver to La Paz, Mexico. Amelia's now in England.
Here's our silly website that we haven't updated in a few years (it's non-profit and we're not trying to sell a thing)...
The Georgia Aquarium, which opened in November of 2005, is the largest aquarium in the world. This 3D model is a very rough look at the building, as it was built quickly by glancing at photos of it in the news.
Nanaimo (2001 pop. 73,000) is the second largest city on Vancouver Island in BC, British Columbia, Canada. It has been dubbed the "Bathtub Racing Capital of the World". It is about 55 km west of Vancouver, separated by the Strait of Georgia, but directly linked to Vancouver via BC Ferries. It is the seat of the Nanaimo Regional District.
KAIYUKAN Aquarium is one of the largest aquariums in the world.KAIYUKAN Aquarium has selected 15 regions along the Ring of Fire (Pan Pacific Volcanic Zone), and reproduced the bountiful nature and various creatures mainly living in the Pacific Ocean. The capacity of 11,000 tons of water is the world's top-class volume . The aquarium exhibits numerous creatures including fishes, plants, inverteb...
A Large collection of links, overlays and information for the lucky travelers coming to Vancouver for the Olympics or any other time. Vancouver was recently rated the 3rd best city in the world to live in.
This is a truly beautiful place, to see all that is outlined here could take forever but OH would it be worth it. We are truly blessed in this city.
The Aquarium Pyramid, is the largest in the world and features 100,000 square feet of exhibit space.Dive into four oceans of the world. Explore the complex beauty and seemingly endless species of marine life in the North Pacific, South pacific, South Atlantic and Caribbean at the Aquarium