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By admin | December 30 2007
Yachts up to 30 meters (100 feet) can be moored at the Toronto Port Authority’s Outer Harbour Marina, whose 600+ berths and a range of services make for a spacious and modern facility.
Sheltered and comprehensive, the marina offers electricity, fuel and pump-out services, a state-of-the-art travel lift and hydraulic trailer, parking, laundry services, scenic green space, beautiful views across Toronto, and easy access to the open blue of Lake Ontario, and the glittering urban fun of the city’s downtown.
Marina Manager: Robert Walters
+1 416 778 6245
Outer Harbour Marina, 475 Unwin Avenue, M4M 3M2
Ontario Place offers 240 berths for yachts up to 27 meters (90 feet) in length, and plenty of elite facilities and services to ensure your yacht is in expert hands.
Fuel, electricity, water – all the basics are available, but so are up-to-the-minute security, laundry facilities, on-site parking, complimentary wireless internet and gourmet dining. Best of all, Ontario Place is a great place to enjoy the beach with your family, offering a water park, sublime views and a spectacular outdoor live music venue. And for access to central Toronto, you’re only a ten-minute drive away.
Marina Manager: Mike Dwyer
+1 416 318 2538
955 Lake Shore Boulevard West, M6K 3B9
The Harbourfront Centre is at the heart of Toronto’s vibrant, bustling downtown area. With restaurants, shops and entertainment galore, it also offers several marinas and quays for visiting yachts, including Marina Four and Marina Quay West.
For superyachters, the best option is the Harbourfront’s John Quay, which caters to boats up to 61 meters (200 feet). Guests have access to a concierge service, as well as the nearby conveniences of comprehensive marine supply shops, a marine bookstore, and luxury hotels The Westin and the Radisson Admiral (one minute from the Harbourfront). The Harbourfront’s central Toronto location is perfectly placed for many of the city’s main attractions, including the Rogers Centre, the Air Canada Centre, the Hockey Hall of Fame and the CN Tower. Meanwhile the Harbourfront Centre itself is a hub of music, film, literature, festivals and marine and nautical fun. Sailing courses and events, a waterfront theatre, art exhibitions and more, make this an exciting place to berth your yacht on your Toronto visit.
Manager of Marine Operations: Craig Weekes
+1 416 973 4868
235 Queens Quay West, M5J 2G8