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Mar 21, 2017

VictoriaThe long-anticipated Victoria International Marina will welcome its first guests to the new 28-slip facility this summer, with space for yachts between 65 and 175 feet.

Victoria, BC’s harbour is a well-situated hub for yachters to explore the 15,534 miles of coastline between Victoria and Alaska. The marina will offer daily moorage (with a three-day minimum), monthly leases (with a three-month minimum) and annual leases. Seven slips are also being reserved for long-term tenants, with a 40-year lease.

“We see the Victoria International Marina as the gateway to what Victoria, Vancouver Island and British Columbia has to offer,” says Craig Norris, CEO of Community Marine Concepts, the ownership group envisioning and building the Victoria International Marina. “We are steps from the heart of downtown and surrounded by first-class hotels and restaurants. We are 30 minutes away from the Victoria International Airport. Add Helijet, Kenmore Air and Harbour Air Seaplanes into the mix and our guests may easily make an overnight getaway to Vancouver or Seattle if they wish. We feel we offer the best location anywhere in the Pacific Northwest when it comes to value, activities, and service.”
Additional on-site amenities will include state-of-the-art security and technology, including Wi-Fi and 24/7 concierge services, to ensure marina visitors explore all that is available within British Columbia’s capital city and around the region. The new marina also offers two anchor commercial buildings, one of which will include a new upscale dining experience for a city which is renown as a culinary destination.

For more information, visit www.vimarina.ca.