North Vancouver Island

  • Port McNeill Harbour (July 31, 2017)
Payment for the showers at the Port McNeill Municipal Harbour has changed. When you register and pay for moorage, you can also pay $5 for a keycode for the showers instead of the old system of leaving a $20 deposit for a key card. One key code is good for as many showers as you need for you and your crew.
  • Sointula, B.C. (June 19, 2017)

Sointula’s extensive public docks are active with both local and visiting boats. This year, six loaner bicycles are available at Sointula’s Malcolm Island Lions Harbour Authority office, located at the north docks. Bicycles make it easy to visit Sointula village located a mile and a-half from the docks.   Don’t miss visiting the 1909 Co-op Grocery Store (closed on Mondays and Sundays) and Coho Joe’s Café & Coffee Shop In the village.

Tarkanen Marine Ways is open for business after replacing the facilities that were destroyed by fire in 2016, the newly rebuilt facilities opened in spring of this year. Tarkanen has three marina ways each with differently sized cradles and can accommodate vessels up to 60 feet. Tarkanen is the only haul out facility between Campbell River and Shearwater.

  • Port Hardy, B.C. (June 17, 2017)

Port Hardy Harbour Authority’s seasonal Seagate T-Floats have been installed for the season and are available for transient boats up to 60 feet in length. Water is available on the dock but 30 amp shore power is temporarily not available. Contact Port Hardy Harbour Authority on 66A or (250) 949-6332 or (250) 949-0336 cell for moorage registration and payment.

Port Hardy Harbour Authority email address has changed to porthardyharbour@gmail.com.

Ha’me’ is the newest fine dining restaurant in Port Hardy. Located in the new Kwa’LiLis Hotel, Ha’me’ is open for lunch and dinner serving a wide selection of well-prepared items from their menu. Formerly the Port Hardy Inn, three area Native tribes came together to completely rebuild the structure incorporating local cedar. The beautifully appointed hotel rooms and restaurant are an expression of the local Native culture. Dinner and lunch reservations are available at (250) 949-8884.

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