South Georgian Bay is a boater’s paradise with open water for sailing and sheltered coves for anchorage. This area is known for having over 30,000 islands, some inhabited and some are part of the provincial park system.
There are a number of private marinas and public harbours where moorage and other services are available. The harbours offer an array of commercial and recreational boating services.
General rules for our waterways
- Be environmentally responsible
- Practice safe boating
- Harbours and marinas are “no wake zones”
- Do not discharge black water or bilge
Docks are available for use by vessels transiting the coast, those seeking refuge from inclement weather, or those laying in for minor repairs, replenishing supplies, or visiting. Overnight and day-guest docks are available for visitors on a first-come, first-served basis.
- Dry boat storage
- Haulout facilities
- Oil recycling
- Pump out stations
- Repair services