The Marina Office & Marina Facilities are now closed for the 2023 season.
Transient Reservations for 2024 will be accepted online starting April 24, 2024 and staff will confirm availability at this time when we reopen.
Seasonal Slip Applications are being accepted, but please note there is a lengthy waiting list based on date of submission and applications will be added to the waiting list.
We will be in contact should something become available for the 2024 season.
Dock Assessment Report
Marina Master Plan - For information purposes only
The Town of Gananoque is fortunate enough to possess one of the most popular marinas in the Thousand Islands.
- 385 seasonal and transient slips - complete the online slip application
- 10 Sea doo Ramps
- 6 Dingy Ramps
- 30 amp and 50 amp electrical service
- Deep water slips
- Washrooms and showers
- Laundry facilities on site
- Night security
- Pump-out system
- Boat launch at Kate Street and St. Lawrence Street
- Marina Dock Map
List of business locations to get - Marina Fuel and Diesel 2023
Marina & Recreation Coordinator - firstname.lastname@example.org
21 Bay Street – at the end of Clarence Street
613-382-2149 x1414 (winter)
613-382-2149 x1514 (summer)
Call ahead on VHF Channel 68 when arriving or leaving the Gananoque Municipal Marina and our friendly staff will be pleased to meet you on the dock to assist with your lines during business hours.
The Gananoque Municipal Marina’s Pump Out was replaced in 2022. Our friendly staff will be happy to assist you with your pump out needs during business hours. Call ahead on VHF Channel 68 or 613-382-2149 x1511 and we’ll make sure someone is there to meet you upon arrival.
CBSA Reporting Site
The Gananoque Municipal Marina is a designated Canada Border Services Agency Telephone Reporting Site. If the Gananoque Municipal Marina is your first port of entry, simply call CBSA at 1-888-226-7277 to report your arrival in Canada. You can call from your cell phone on your boat or from the pay phone located at the side of the main marina office building . Only the Captain can leave the boat until it has been fully cleared into Canada. Make sure you have all official documentation on hand when calling. Telephone Reporting Site/Marine (TRS/M) | Directory of CBSA Offices and Services | Canada Border Services Agency (cbsa-asfc.gc.ca)
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