Heading north up the east side of Sechelt Inlet 3.6 miles (5.8 km) you arrive at the mouth of Narrows Inlet. Making a long right brings you into Storm Bay, one of the most popular anchorages in the inlet. On the west side of the mouth of the bay are two small private islets. Behind them is a very sheltered cove with protection from winds in any direction. It is all private land surrounding the cove but you can stern tie to shore. It is a great place to explore by kayak.
Storm Bay itself is quite lovely with summer cottages hidden amongst the tree lined shore. In the early 1900’s a brick factory operated in Storm Bay but it only lasted a couple of years. After WW l there was an attempt to revitalize the factory but once again the venture failed. Nothing remains of the enterprise.