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For a water-bound experience of sailing on the waters of Vancouver, Vancouver Cruise offers you an experience worth remembering for your entire lifetime. The Abitibi, The Gulfstream II and The Queen of Diamonds are three of the cruise's fleet. With a capacity to host more than 400 people, Vancouver Cruises provides a unique opportunity to celebrate your achievements or cherish a life-event, on-board. Vancouver Cruise also provides wedding cruises, wherein an on-board gourmet chef will prepare a lavish feast to suit your sophisticated taste buds. Sailing around the scenic Stanley park, your wedding will have an inspiring background to capture your gorgeous marriage photos in. During carol ship festivals, the age-old custom of festive fervor on this cruise's many carol ships is not to be missed.
This expansive art gallery was created by artists for the artists. Located on Granville Island in Vancouver, the Federation of Canadian Artists Gallery presents roughly 20 unique exhibits throughout the year. Rather than organize by mediums, the art found here is centered around broad themes. Aside from displaying unique and unusual pieces of art from national artists, the gallery also provides workshops, classes, lectures and critiques by fellow artists. A true labor of love, this gallery is a Vancouver must-visit.
For decades, Pacific Theatre has regaled audiences with their productions featuring established as well as original acts. Some of their shows have featured well-known local theater artists and international ones too. Promoting theater that explores the spiritual side, their shows have always had powerful, thought-provoking performances, spectacular designs and interesting stories. Nestled in the notable Chalmer's Heritage Building, this 128-seat theater is one of Vancouver's only theater companies which produces an entire season on its own stage.