The Harbour

Gas and working docks

The Club Manager has excellent knowledge and experience in boat safety and handling. Please feel free to contact him anytime for advice or help.

  • Gas and working docks

  • Fuel pumps are installed early in the spring. Gasoline and diesel is available.

  • Holding tank pump-out.

  • Ice is sold in cubes and blocks.

  • Battery charging is available.

  • Most boats may be lifted by club equipment for maintenance and repair. Please make advance arrangements with the club manager.

  • We have 168 slips with access to 15a electrical and potable water.

  • Deep water harbour Transient accommodations often available.


The club has  a sheerleg installation that can accomodate launch and haul-out of boats.


Arc welding, oxygen acetylene welding and brazing on most ferrous metals is available. Members can arrange for cost estimates and work to be done with the Club Manager.

Work area

The designated work area is under the sheerleg and crane slip. Electrical outlets and water taps are available in the area. However, upon completion of work or repairs the owner must clean up and return his boat to his dock.

Summer staff

Additional summer staff is provided to assist members with services such as gas pumping, pump-out of holding tanks, assisting on docks, launching and hauling out boats on trailers with tractors and assisting members in the dry sail area. In addition, the same staff is employed in cutting grass, raking and sweeping grounds and roadways, painting buildings, repairing the sea wall or carrying out any such work as directed by the Club Manager. Docking assistance will be rendered when conditions warrant.


To obtain access to a locker, please contact the administration office on the second floor of the club house. If you currently have a locker and will not require it for the current season, please inform the Club’s office mmediately. Billings cannot be reversed after August 1st of the current season