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Marina Services


Cow Bay Marina offers boaters 30, 50 and 100 amp power service, fresh water, on the dock washrooms, showers, laundry facilities, and Wi-Fi. With the capacity to berth approximately 51 vessels, including some larger yachts, the marina is an ideal re-supply stop for boats travelling to and from Haida Gwaii and Alaska.

The Cow Bay Marina is now open for business - located behind the old Atlin Terminal building in Prince Rupert's unique Cow Bay area. Opening times of these facilities will vary with the seasons, and will be posted online and on location. A telephone will also be located at the top of the ramp. There will be someone to assist boaters docking and leaving, as needed. Hours will also vary depending on the season, and will be posted online and on-location.

For loading and unloading, there is ramp service to the breakwater dock and marina. There is linear dock space for boats up to 150 feet long as well as wide and stable fingers for 40, 60, and 80 foot boats. A cart will be provided for transporting goods to and from vessels.

A garbage receptacle will be located nearby for marina users. Docks will be kept free of debris, as well as snow, by staff.

A local fueling station is located nearby, and Prince Rupert has all the Marine services a boater requires to maintain their boats in top condition. The nearest boat lift is located in our neighbouring community of Port Edward. For those who own larger boats, there is also a Marine Ways at Seal Cove.