New Marina Slips Installed in the Collingwood Harbour

August 27, 2019
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Parks, Recreation, & Culture
Marina Slips

On Thursday, August 22, the Town of Collingwood installed 44 new marina slips in the Collingwood Harbour. Two new spines were installed, with each spine offering 22 boat slips. This dock expansion is part of the Collingwood Harbour Concept Plan.

146 slips are now available for seasonal and transient boaters.

The boating season goes until October 31. In order to occupy a slip at the Collingwood Harbour, boaters must obtain a licence from the Harbour Attendant and pay the required fee. Seasonal mooring requests must be submitted through the Harbour Docks Allocation procedure.

Visit www.collingwood.ca/harbour to learn more about the Collingwood Harbour.

Visit the Transport Canada Safe Boating Guide to learn more about safety tips and requirements for pleasure craft: https://www.tc.gc.ca/media/documents/marinesafety/TP-511e.pdf

Collingwood Harbour Slip Installation History:
Pre 2013 - 16 slips available in the Collingwood Harbour.
2013 - Town of Collingwood added a 476’ head dock, one 160’ spine of 22 slips, and 300’ of promenade dock with 15 transient docking spots
2017 - Town purchased private dockage of 12 slips.
2018 - Town purchased one 160’ spine of 22 slips and 300’ more feet of Promenade docks for another 15 transient docking spots.
2019 - Town installed two more spines, adding 44 slips.

Visit the Collingwood Harbour
The Collingwood Harbour area is full of activities, offering breathtaking views, romantic sunsets, countless places to explore, boat launch areas and charter tours, spectacular places to sail and windsurf, trails upon trails for hiking, remote fishing areas, exciting paddling adventures, and much more!

The harbour sits at the north end of historic downtown Collingwood, all within easy reach from Collingwood’s downtown core. You’ll discover a collection of upscale shops, inviting restaurants and cafés, a liquor store, drug stores, one stop grocery stores, and Collingwood’s historic Gayety Theatre and Simcoe Street Theatre.