INTRODUCING OUR TEAM
COVER: Photo © Alex de Vries-Magnifico
While the belugas are the main attraction, the people who get you there are of upmost importance. Churchill is a remote community and our team has detailed knowledge of the land and sea here. We are friendly and welcoming while taking your safety and the safety of the belugas very seriously.
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Jocelyn works on the front line entertaining beluga whales all summer. Instead of toys, she uses kayaks and zodiacs. It’s a hard job, but someone’s gotta do it!
Since moving to Churchill in 2010, Lindsay has been leading whale tours on the Hudson Bay. A lover of the outdoors, she enjoys cruising on her ATV and watching belugas playing under the gorgeous Churchill sunsets.
He is a 3rd generation Churchillian and Captain of the one and only SEA NORTH II vessel. His favourite memories to date are rare Orca sightings in 2012 and 2014.
An avid photographer and local gallery owner, Alex has been with Sea North Tours since 2013. His love and overall knowledge of the town of Churchill and its surrounding wildlife radiate from him with every tour.
I am from Ontario and Churchill has become my subarctic playground. Every day is a rewarding experience working with the beluga whales and international guests. Come join me!
Your friendly transportation to see everything there is to see. “Going out of the way to make things happen is my only way. Churchill is my second home.”
Chelsey is our friendly Reservation Manager and loves the outdoors, wildlife, and travelling. She combines these passions while working to book your Beluga Whale Tours.
Born and raised in Churchill, Tiffany loves to embrace every aspect of mother nature. Whether it’s photography, berry picking, exploring or navigating the Churchill Estuary, she likes to do it all.
My name is Nickia McIvor and I have been raised in Churchill my whole life. I love to travel and explore the northern lands and make art in my free time.
Owner/operator of “SUP North”, she fell in love with Churchill in 2012. Combining her passion for the whales, the water and active living, she introduced paddleboarding to the Churchill River.