Jervis Inlet

Jervis Inlet ( /ˈdʒɑrvɨs/) is a principal inlet of the British Columbia Coast, about 95 km (59 mi) northwest of Vancouver.

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... Jervis Inlet Gallery A sailboat explores Princess Royal Reach of the Jervis Inlet Mount Arthur Mount Fredrick William from the entrance of the Princess Louisa Inlet The Jervis Inlet at dusk Mount Alfred seen ...
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... forms the entrance to Princess Louisa Inlet and is also connected to the Jervis Inlet ... The tidal flow of both inlets pass through this narrow and shallow passage that creates a fast moving (approximately 9 kn or 17 km/h) and strong tidal rapids during the ... to the Skookumchuck Narrows near the entrance of the Jervis Inlet ...

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