Harbourfront Centre Marine

Marinas

Docking at Harbourfront seasonally, monthly, or as a visitor means you will enjoy quick access to Toronto Harbour and Lake Ontario. Located on the central Toronto Waterfront, our marinas and boardwalk berths are easy to access from home or the office. For visitors we have the closest marinas to the City core, local shops for provisions, major attractions, theatres, sports and concert venues.

Please note: Harbourfront Centre does not operate the tour and charter boats or water taxis located on our site. See the links below under More Marine Activities.

Explore Our Marinas

As of September 15, 2009, operators of pleasure craft fitted with a motor and used for recreational purposes must have proof of competency on board at all times. This proof may be shown through provision of a Pleasure Craft Operator Card (PCOC) or other approved forms of competency. Learn more at Transport Canada Office of Safe Boating.

Please call to check in with the appropriate Dock Attendant at the facility selected. All areas monitor VHF Channel 68.

The use of Harbourfront Centre Marinas and other properties is for pleasure craft only. The use of our managed properties for the boarding or discharge of passengers for any commercial purpose is forbidden and will be reported to Police, Ports Toronto and Transport Canada Marine Safety. Those deemed to be operating illegally or fail to comply with Harbourfront Centre policies and procedures or the terms and conditions in our marina agreement including City of Toronto By-laws will be banned from the site and issued trespass notices.

General Information

All docking areas can be accessed through either the Western or Eastern channel. Upon entry into the Toronto Inner Harbour set course for the north western shore. To see the locations pleasure craft are permitted to dock please download the Visiting Pleasure Craft Dockage Locations map. Please call to check in with the appropriate Dock Attendant at the facility selected. All areas monitor VHF Channel 68.

Dockage Overview

Marina Rates are effective February 1, 2022. See pricing under individual Marinas.
Subject to applicable taxes. Seasonal term subject to change due to fluctuating COVID-19 restrictions.

All rates apply to vessel’s overall length, including dinghies on davits, PWCs, swim platforms and bowsprits.

All rates subject to applicable taxes.

Fees for Marina Four and Marina Quay West include use of one 30amp outlet only unless otherwise indicated.

Season long use of additional power (if available) is a cost of $300.00 per 30 amp outlet.

Fees payable in advance. Rates and terms are subject to change without notice.

Visitor dockage may be adjacent to the Boardwalk public walkway.

Vessels docked in areas reserved for events may be subject to relocation

Visitor check-out time is 11am

Cash, Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Interac accepted

Prorated seasonal fees offered as of June 15th onward (if available)

All areas operated by Harbourfront Corporation (1990)

No chartering permitted. Commercial vessel dockage or passenger pick up and drop off without written authorization is forbidden. No trespassing.

Services

30-amp shore power and fresh water where available

50-amp outlets where available – John Quay and Marina Quay West north wall only.

Coin operated laundry at both marinas

Dock Attendants and maintenance support

On-site Security

Close proximity to the Toronto Music Garden

Marina Quay West

Marina Quay West is a 130 slip marina located adjacent the City of Toronto Music Garden and many condominium residences. It is a quieter location with greater slip availability.

If you are seeking a season long slip, this marina is suited to boats 24 feet to a maximum of 40 feet. The majority of slips in Marina Quay West are for boats 24 feet to 34 feet with few larger slips. If you are planning to visit we can accommodate transient boats up to approximately 50 feet on the north wall. At present only a selection of the transient slips on the north wall for larger boats are available with shore power.

Visitor reservations are accepted. Washrooms, showers and coin laundry are available. Floating wood docks are set up in six piers with additional visitor slips for larger vessels alongside the City of Toronto Music Garden north wall.

Marina Quay West is located just inside the Western Gap at berth #213 to #215, as indicated on chart #2085. The entrance to Marina Quay West is located at approximately 43 38.182° N, 79 23.489° W.

Rates

These rates effective February 1, 2022. Subject to applicable taxes. Seasonal term subject to change due to fluctuating COVID-19 restrictions. Additional information regarding vessel dockage may be found under General Information.

Visitor (Under 40ft)
$2.50 per foot per night

Visitor (40ft and over)
$3.00 per foot per night

Seasonal (May 1 – Oct 15)
$120.00 per foot per season

Monthly (30 consecutive days)
$44.00 per foot per month

Reservations are accepted

Car parking is extra

Floating personal watercraft & dinghys extra

A deposit (visitor) or non refundable payment (seasonal) is required for dock access keys

Minimum charge based on 24ft length overall

Fees include use of one 30 amp outlet only

Hours of Operation

Spring
May 1 – June 6

9am – 5pm

Summer
June 7 – September 5

Sunday to Thursday
9am to 5pm
Friday and Saturday
9am to 6pm

Fall
September 6 – October 31

9am – 5pm

Winter
November 1 – April 30

9am – 5pm

Marina Four

Marina Four is a protected, 100-slip marina located within our campus, adjacent to Harbourfront’s outdoor Concert Stage and the many activities that define Harbourfront Centre. If you would like to dock at the centre of it all, select Marina Four. Slips within Marina Four are best suited for boats 24 to 30 feet in length. We have some visitor dockage within the marina for this range. We offer several visitor slips on the south side of E dock within the harbour for boats up to 50 feet in length.

Short term dockage may also available for pwcs, inflatables and dinghys. Washrooms, showers and coin laundry are available. Visitor reservations are accepted for overnight dockage only. Seasonal slip availability may be limited – please call for details.

Marina Four is located at historic Pier 4 under the well-known Amsterdam pedestrian bridge at berth #248 as indicated on chart #2085. The entrance to Marina Four is located at approximately 43 38.261° N, 79 23.016° W.

Rates

These rates effective February 1, 2022. Subject to applicable taxes. Seasonal term subject to change due to fluctuating COVID-19 restrictions. Additional information regarding vessel dockage may be found under General Information.

Visitor (Under 40ft)
$2.50 per foot per night

Visitor (40ft and over)
$3.00 per foot per night

Seasonal (May 1 – Oct 15)
$125.00 per foot per season

Monthly (30 consecutive days)
$44.00 per foot per month

Reservations are accepted

Car parking is extra

Floating personal watercraft & dinghys extra

A deposit (visitor) or non refundable payment (seasonal) is required for dock access keys

Minimum charge based on 24ft length overall

Fees include use of one 30 amp outlet only

Hours of Operation

Spring
May 1 – June 6

9am – 5pm

Summer
June 7 – September 5

Sunday to Wednesday
9am to 6pm
Thursday – Saturday
9am to 8pm

Fall
September 6 – October 31

9am – 5pm

Winter
November 1 – April 30

Closed

John Quay

Visiting pleasure craft only dockage on John Quay is offered along the southern boardwalk adjacent to the Amsterdam BrewHouse at historic Pier 4. John Quay is not a protected marina but a linear boardwalk on the Inner Harbour just outside of Marina Four, used exclusively for larger visiting pleasure craft and ships from approximately 40 feet to 200 feet in overall length. We recommend that smaller vessels dock within one of our two marinas.

John Quay is located south of the CN Tower near the southern boardwalk at berth 248, as indicated on chart #2085 (approximately 43 38.251° N, 79 23.115° W). John Quay boardwalk dockage lies between Marina Four to the east and the entrance to the Toronto Police Marine Unit basin to the west.

Overnight

Reservations via the transient link shown in the marine menu through Swell Advantage Marina Software are the preferred reservation method and are accepted for overnight visits only for appropriately sized vessels. Upon receipt your e-reservation will be reviewed and staff will contact you to advise whether it is accepted or denied. Washrooms, showers and coin laundry are nearby. 50-amp power is available on John Quay for three boats using a single outlet each. Check out is 11:00 a.m. on the scheduled date of departure.

Short Term Dockage

Short term dockage for three hours or less (space permitting) for a flat rate fee based on boat size is ideal for a weekday lunch visit at a local restaurant patio, attend a Harbourfront outdoor performance or to pick up supplies from local Waterfront BIA retailers. Slips on the John Quay boardwalk or the south side of E dock on the outside of Marina Four for short term dockage may be available on a first-come first-served basis for three hours or less. However, we advise you to always contact the Marina Office ahead of arrival as outlined below as space can be limited on a busy summer evening or weekend. The pick-up and drop off of groups of persons is expressly forbidden.

Check-in / Check-out

All visitors must follow check-in and check-out procedures by contacting staff by phone or on VHF CH. 68 ahead of arrival to determine slip availability, obtain approval and slip assignment, if not already confirmed in an overnight reservation. Once secure vessel OWNERS must immediately proceed to the Marina Office to fully complete, sign and date a mandatory marina agreement and make the associated payment for the Dock Attendant approved duration of stay. We accept Mastercard, Visa and American Express via the Square no touch payment system.

Rates

These rates effective February 1, 2022. Subject to applicable taxes. Additional information regarding vessel dockage may be found under General Information.

Drop-In flat rate for visits 3 hours or less between 9am – 5pm daily (space permitting)
$35.40 for vessels 40ft and under
$42.48 for vessels over 40ft

Visitor Overnight (40ft – 74ft)
$3.00 per foot per night

Visitor Overnight (75ft – 120ft)
$4.20 per foot per night

Reservations accepted for vessels over 50ft

Preference is given to reservations and pre-arranged visiting ships and events

Caution must be used docking alongside boardwalk due to wakes and harbour waves

Same day paid drop in rate may be applied towards overnight visit (conditions apply).

Fees include use of one 50 amp power outlet (if available)

No chartering permitted. Commercial vessel dockage or passenger pick up and drop off without written authorization is forbidden. No trespassing.

Please obey any posted no docking signs.

Seasonal Slip Application

MARINA QUAY WEST
539 Queens Quay West
At Spadina Pier, located between Lower Spadina Ave. and Bathurst St. adjacent to the Toronto Music Garden

Apply for MQW Summer Slip

MARINA FOUR
245 Queens Quay West
Located between Lower Simcoe and Rees Streets adjacent to Pier 4 and the Harbourfront Concert Stage

Apply for M4 Summer Slip

Harbourfront Centre Marinas are now accepting applications for season long slips for the applicable described boat types and sizes. Summer Season Slip occupancy term generally runs from the beginning of May to mid-October. Winter Seasonal Slip occupancy term generally runs from mid-October to the end of April.

Transient Reservations are for short term visits from one night to twenty-nine nights (one month).

Review our marinas to determine the most suitable location based on your boat size and preference, and applicable dockage rates.

All reservation applicants must agree to the Marina Agreement Terms and Conditions and adhere to said terms throughout the term of the lease.

Valid approved renewal applications will be processed first, followed by the review of valid submissions on the wait list provided suitable open slips are available. Applicants may be subject to interviews, credit, reference or Criminal Records checks.

Harbourfront Centre reserves the right to amend any part of its reservation process, including seasonal term, based on COVID-19 Public Health guidelines and Government requirements.

Summer Seasonal Slip

Summer season slip occupancy term is normally May 1 to October 15. It should be noted that in 2020, the winter term was extended and the summer term shortened as a result of Government emergency orders. The term therefore is subject to change depending on COVID-19 status.

Additionally, in 2020 fewer slips than anticipated were sold as a result of public health guidelines regarding physical distancing and use of shared facilities. Agreements will be amended or cancelled should public health guidelines require fewer slips to be used.

Winter Seasonal Slip

Winter seasonal slip occupancy is from approximately October 26 to April 26.

Previous summer or winter tenants are invited to apply in advance of the general public for the upcoming season.

Seasonal Slip Application Review Process

All applications are reviewed on a first come, first evaluated basis. Harbourfront Centre has the right to accept or decline any applicant. No slip is guaranteed.

All applicants are placed on a Waiting List until slip assignments are confirmed in writing via email, deposits paid and insurance submitted. All names are added to the electronic waiting list on a chronological basis upon submission. Only electronic form submission applications will be considered. Verbal or emailed requests will not be considered.

Depending on the timing of applicant’s submission, slip availability may or may not be known. If an appropriate slip becomes available for your sized boat (both length and beam apply) you will be contacted and given further instruction. All new applicants will be required to meet with marina staff for an interview. Harbourfront Centre may contact your previous marina or yacht club for both character and financial references.

Historically, only a small number of slips become available at either marina each season for new applicants due to the popularity of our convenient downtown location and smaller size of the marinas.

Both of our marinas were primarily designed for smaller sized boats. Channel and slip widths are engineered for smaller vessels. We regret that we are not able to accommodate many larger boats. If slips are released they will likely be for boats under 32 feet in length with beams of less than 11 feet as this is the size of slip or smaller that make up the majority of each marina.

The use of Harbourfront Centre properties is for pleasure craft only. The use of our managed properties for the boarding or discharge of passengers for any commercial purpose is forbidden and will be reported to Police, Ports Toronto and Transport Canada Marine Safety. Those deemed to be operating illegally or fail to comply with Harbourfront Centre policies and procedures or the terms and conditions in our marina agreement including City of Toronto By-laws will be banned from the site and issued trespass notices.

Visitor Reservations

MARINA QUAY WEST
539 Queens Quay West
At Spadina Pier, located between Lower Spadina Ave. and Bathurst St. adjacent to the Toronto Music Garden

Apply for MQW Reservation

MARINA FOUR & JOHN QUAY
245 Queens Quay West
Located between Lower Simcoe and Rees Streets adjacent to Pier 4 and the Harbourfront Concert Stage

Apply for M4/JQ Reservation

Reservations are recommended as facilities do become busy in peak periods. We accept reservations for overnight dockage at all three locations.

Marina Quay West
24–50 feet loa

Marina Four
24–30 feet within
(up to 50 feet on south E dock)

John Quay
40–200 feet loa only

Minimum boat lengths indicated are guidelines only. Owners must use judgment to ensure their boat remains safe and secure. Water levels, harbour traffic conditions, wind speeds and direction, wake, boat design, boat tonnage etc. may impact how a vessel endures varying conditions at these locations. Vessels must be fendered and secured appropriately.

Reserving by Mail

Submission of an online reservation is preferred. Alternately, you may print and mail a completed hard copy of the application with one night’s fee as a deposit. Please use this hard copy option in event that computer systems are not functioning properly.

If you are under way and time does not permit, please telephone the applicable facility and provide your name, boat name and dimensions as well as a credit card number and expiry date to process the reservation.

For specific personal or marine services not mentioned on our website, please email, call our corporate office (year-round), or contact the applicable facility.

If you choose to reserve by mail, send the completed application form copy to:

Harbourfront Centre Marine Department
235 Queens Quay West
Toronto, Ontario   M5J 2G8
CANADA

marine@harbourfrontcentre.com

Overnight Accommodation

If you are visiting and need overnight accommodation there are several nearby options, including:

Radisson Admiral Hotel Harbourfront
Located at Rees St. on Queens Quay West adjacent Marina Four and a walk eastward of Marina Quay West.
radisson.com

Visiting other Provincial Marinas?

Pick up your copy of the newest Boating Ontario Marina Directory at one of our offices.

boatingontario.ca

Alternate Berthing

Harbourfront may also have a berth available for larger super yachts and ships (up to 260 ft.) at HTO Park. It is somewhat secluded with less pedestrian traffic but with that comes a greater distance from most shops, restaurants and activities.

This area is located at berth number 222 on chart #2085 alongside a City of Toronto park in the western central waterfront. The coordinates are 43 38′ 14″N and 79 23’23″W.

Marina Pump-Out

May 15 to Labour Day | 9am – 7pm
Post-Labour Day to October 31 | 9am – 5pm

Pump-Out Information: 416 973 4148

1 token = $17.70
5 tokens = $88.50 ($17.70 each)
10 tokens = $166.94 ($16.69 each)

Staff assistance is required – please call the Marina Four Office at 416 203 2620 or VHF ch. 68.

To properly dispose of sanitary waste please use the Harbourfront Pump-Out. This outstanding system, designed by Waubaushene Machine and Welding in Ontario, is sold worldwide.

The Pump-Out is located on the boardwalk at the western portion of John Quay near the Toronto Police Marine Unit at berth 241 on Toronto Harbour chart #2085. Look for the pump-out pedestal near the lime green coloured kiosk.

Upon docking alongside the wooden faced boardwalk please tie up to the large bollards and pipe rail designed to secure pleasure craft. Ensure you fender your vessel accordingly based on conditions and watch for any incoming wake or waves while doing so. Lake water levels may cause the need for additional fendering.

Required tokens to operate the machine can be purchased at the Marina Quay West (416 203 1212) or Marina Four (416 203 2620), or at the Pump-Out Station via a Dock Attendant. Staff at both marina offices can also be reached on VHF channel 68. For recorded information call our Pump-Out info line at 416 973 4148.

Please note: The Pump-Out Station is not staffed. You will require a token(s) and staff assistance. Please contact a Dock Attendant to make arrangements for them to meet you at the Pump-Out. On some days staff may be busy on campus servicing passenger vessels or boat owners in one of our marinas. Please allow ample time for response. Calling ahead is highly recommended.

Each token provides ample time to extract up to 30 imperial gallons of effluent (larger tanks = more tokens). Fresh water is available for tank cleansing, and don’t forget to pick up your ice while alongside.

Marina Contact

Corporate Office

Harbourfront Centre
Marine Department

235 Queens Quay West
Toronto, Ontario M5J 2G8
CANADA

marine@harbourfrontcentre.com

Call our marinas for slip inquiries:
Monday to Friday, 9am – 4pm

Emergencies: 9–1–1

Security 24/7

416 973 4885 or 416 520 8552

Toronto Police Marine Unit
416 808 5800

Toronto Police
Non-Emergency Reporting
416 808 2222

Marina Four

Marina Four Dock Attendants service multiple areas including line handling for large tour and charter boats as well as dockage on John Quay and may not always be in the marina office. Please call Harbourfront Centre Dock Master or Marina Four on VHF Channel 68 for assistance.

VHF: Channel 68
Phone: 416 203 2620
marinafour@harbourfrontcentre.com

Marina Quay West

Contact Marina Quay West by name for arrival and departure assistance.

VHF: Channel 68
Phone: 416 203 1212
marinaquaywest@harbourfrontcentre.com

John Quay

Contact Harbourfront Centre Dockmaster or Marina Four by name for arrival and departure assistance.

VHF: Channel 68
Phone: 416 203 2620
marinafour@harbourfrontcentre.com

Marina Pump-out

Pump-Out Information: 416 973 4148

Service Assistance
Call Marina Four at 416 203 2620

After October 15, call 416 203 1212 (Marina Quay West) to book an appointment as the Marina Four Office is closed.

Required Permits and Licences

Resident recreational powered boaters (power boat or sailboat with an engine) must obtain a PortsToronto Powered Vessel Operators Permit and a Pleasure Craft Operator Card (PCOC) to operate a powered vessel in Toronto Harbour. Please refer to the webpage PortsToronto Powered Vessel Operators Permit for details or call the Permit Office at 416 778 1230.

Visiting recreational powered boaters can obtain a 14-day Visitor Powered Vessel Operators Permit from PortsToronto for $20 by calling the Permit Office at 416 778 1230 or sending an email to permitinfo@portstoronto.com.

Foreign recreational powered boaters can obtain a 14-day Visitor Powered Vessel Operators Permit from PortsToronto for $20 by calling the Permit Office at 416 778 1230 or sending an email to permitinfo@portstoronto.com.

Foreign recreational boaters in Canadian waters should also review the information found at Transport Canada Office of Safe Boating.

You can obtain both the required Ports Toronto Power Vessel Operators Permit and a Pleasure Craft Operator Card (PCOC) at Harbourfront Centre Sailing and Power Boating, located within the Nautical Centre at 275 Queens Quay West, 416 203 3000.

Launching Your Boat

If you wish to bring a boat into Toronto Harbour and need to launch it from a trailer you have two possible launch options. Unfortunately neither are downtown. These locations are east and west of the city core. Fees for launching at these locations may apply.

The ramp in the west is located in Humber Bay Park. This park is located in Etobicoke on Lakeshore Boulevard West just west of Park Lawn Road. Heading east towards the City exit at Park Lawn Road from the collector lanes of the Gardiner.

The eastern rampis located in Ashbridges Bay Park on Lakeshore Boulevard East at the bottom of Coxwell Avenue.

In both locations follow the blue ‘Boat Launch’ signs on Lakeshore Boulevard.

To reach Toronto’s Inner Harbour you will have to head into Lake Ontario and across Humber Bay from the west or navigate around the Outer Harbour East Headlands from the east. It is most important that you carefully monitor the weather including wind direction and speed. Taking a small boat on either of these voyages in adverse conditions is not advisable!

Please Note

If you wish to launch via a crane or travel lift, please contact Outer Harbour Marina at 416 778 6245 or another local service provider to make arrangements.

If you have a larger boat being delivered by truck please contact another local Marina such as Outer Harbour Marina to schedule a launch date as Harbourfront does not have a marine yard and equipment able to do so.

More Marine Activities

Sailing & Powerboating

Looking for boat rentals, events and course information? Harbourfront Centre Sailing & Powerboating has everything you need!

Tour and Charter Boats

Please note: Tour and Charter Boats are not operated by Harbourfront Centre.

Harbourfront Centre is home to an array of unique tour and charter boats that provide historic and informative tours through the inner harbour, longer sailing adventures outside of the harbour, romantic dinner dance cruises, corporate event venues, private party facilities for weddings and birthdays, unique venues for holiday season and New Year parties, and much more. The possibilities are endless and are only limited by your imagination!

For information on how you can hold your next event in a unique setting with a view of Toronto’s spectacular skyline, visit the operators’ websites.

Looking for smaller sail or powerboats that accommodate less than 12 persons? Visit Harbourfront Centre Sailing & Powerboating or Gone Sailing Adventures.

Tour and Charter vessels may be members of The Canadian Passenger Vessel Association.

On Our Docks

The maximum capacities listed below are reflect the most recent Transport Canada Marine Safety inspection.

Download Berth Map

Water Taxis

Please note: Water Taxis are not operated by Harbourfront Centre.

There are a variety of Water Taxis operating from locations between York Street and Lower Spadina Avenue. At present only approved operators (see below) are permitted to pick up or drop off persons on our docks. Any operator not listed is not legally permitted to pick up or drop off persons at Harbourfront Centre.

For more information on being a passenger within Canada, visit the Transport Canada Passenger Vessels FAQ.

To make a water taxi reservation please visit an operator web site and complete the required form or call the phone number shown or as listed on a black dock side sign found at each of the designated water taxi locations.

Water Taxi Location Map

Designated Water Taxi Stand
A designated water taxi location
Tiki Taxi on the water

Tiki Taxi

See #1 on Water Taxi Location Map

tikitaxi.ca

Toronto Harbour Water Taxi

Toronto Harbour Water Taxi

See #4 on Water Taxi Location Map

torontoharbourwatertaxi.com

Pirate Taxi
Pirate Taxi

The Pirate Taxi by Water Taxi Now

See #2 and #3 on Water Taxi Location Map. Location #3 tickets can be purchased at nearby kiosk.

watertaxinow.com

Nautical Centre

Have you ever wanted to feel the breeze on your face as you trim sails and steer a sailboat into the sunset? Dreamed about the serenity of paddling through glassy waters in a canoe? Or the excitement of pushing a throttle and bringing a powerboat to speed? Make these dreams reality at Harbourfront Centre’s Nautical Centre!

Companies and organizations across our site offer activities for all ages, able or disabled persons, including those with vision impairment.

Located at 275 Queens Quay West, just west of the Radisson Plaza Hotel Admiral, The Nautical Centre offers a diverse range of interesting lessons and activities for beginners and enthusiasts of all skill levels and physical abilities, as well as rental opportunities.

Harbourfront Centre Sailing & Powerboating
416 203 3000

Harbourfront Canoe and Kayak Centre
paddletoronto.com
416 203 2277

Disabled Sailing Association of Ontario
disabledsailingontario.com
416 214 0358

Nearby Activities

Other boating activities located on the waterfront that are similar in nature to the above, but are not located at the Nautical Centre and do not have offices on site:

Blind Sailing Canada
A sailing club for the visually challenged with boats docked at our Marina Quay West location.
blindsailing.ca
416 496 5089

Visiting Ships

Sorry, no ship visits are currently planned. If we obtain any we will add them to this location. Please check back for updates

Boating and the Environment

Boating Ontario, along with member marinas, have been enrolling in the Clean Marine Program to ensure that their marinas are following an environmentally sound series of practices and protecting our waterways for all to enjoy. All Clean Marine Program Eco-rated Marinas proudly fly the Boating Ontario environmental flag. See the bulletin board in your marina to view a copy of the awarded certificate or ask a staff member for details.

Just as Boating Ontario member marinas have committed themselves to follow environmental practices, you can too! Look for products with Environment Canada’s Environmental Choice logo to use around your boat. Properly separate and discard recyclable materials and please DO NOT place hazardous wastes such as old batteries and motor oil in waste receptacles.

Harbourfront liaises with the Toronto Region Conservation Authority (TRCA) on a variety of topics including flood water level monitoring, waterfront and river safety and helps with the distribution of TRCA’s Green Boater Guide. Visit your Marina Office to pick up a free copy of this valuable guide! For further information on any of the above topics including lake level awareness please visit trca.ca.

It’s our environment… let’s protect it!

Marine Information Links

We update this page as required. Please let us know if a link has expired.

The Nautical Centre

Harbourfront Centre Sailing & Powerboating Harbourfront Centre Sailing & Powerboating provides affordable and accessible boating for all – from beginner to offshore and much more! We also offer a wide selection of sailing and power boating courses, services and training.

Tall Ship Adventures / Toronto Brigantine

Disabled Sailing Association of Ontario

Harbourfront Canoe and Kayak Centre

Local Marine Retail

Accomodation