Comox has a superbly sheltered harbour where boats can moor for the day or overnight at the Comox Valley Harbour Authority or Comox Valley Marina., with fuel and supplies at the Gas’n’Go fuel dock. Approach Comox safely at all states of the tide via the well buoyed channel over the Comox Bar or from the south along Baynes Sound. Pick up a Boater’s Welcome Package, which includes special offers from retailers & restaurants, maps and local information. Groceries and supplies are within easy walking distance.
BC Ferries offers daily service from Horseshoe Bay to Nanaimo on the east coast of Vancouver Island. Comox is approximately 1 hour north on Hwy #19 by car.
BC Ferries operates ferry service from Powell River to Little River Terminal. Anderton Road will take you directly to the edge of Comox's downtown.
This marina is managed by the Town of Comox and has no transient moorage. The municipal boat launch and two tidal grids are available for use.
Providing transient and permanent moorage for vessels of all sizes. For VHF call Comox Harbour on channel 66A.
Comox Valley Marina is one of the largest marinas on the east coast of Vancouver Island. Transient dock moorage available year round.
Providing diesel & mid-grade gasoline for marine vessels, along with ice, beverages, snacks and provisions; fishing tackle, marine oils & conditioners, accessories for boaters, postcards & souvenirs.