Mar 14, 2019

Coal Harbour MarinaFor a destination filled with exciting things to see and do, make sure you put Coal Harbour Marina in downtown Vancouver on your itinerary.

Located in Vancouver’s sheltered inner harbour, Coal Harbour Marina offers tenants a superior range of yachting amenities and services along with ready access to the beautiful Salish Sea and beyond.

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Nearby activities and venues include the Seawall pathway (cycling and rollerblading friendly) which will take you to the 1,000-acre Stanley Park with its trails, totem poles, Aquarium, a par 3 golf course and tennis. From there you can go on to English Bay beach.


Within walking distance of your yacht there are world-class restaurants, theatres and major-league sporting events.

There are several short distance attractions that include Granville Island, Science World, the Capilano Suspension Bridge and the Grouse Mountain Skyride. The Whistler Mountain resort is just a one and a half hours away by car.


Downtown VancouverThe marina is staffed 24/7 with electronic security access and video monitoring. There secure and sheltered cement docks are protected by a triple breakwater system providing calm dockage in one of the most spectacular harbours in the world.

The Coal Harbour Marina can accommodate vessels from 30 feet to 330 feet. They provide 24 hour arrival and departure assistance (monitoring VHF 66A}. They also have a Launderette and complementary showers in washrooms.

for more information go to https://coalharbourmarina.com/

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