We respectfully acknowledge that we live, work and play on the traditional lands of the K'ómoks First Nation ... Gila'kasla … Hay ch q’ a’


Comox is home to four marinas which hold over 500 pleasure boats and a commercial fishing fleet.

The marinas are protected by rock breakwaters which is in turn protected by the Goose Spit which extends out into Comox Harbour, providing one of the safest year-round harbours on Vancouver Island. The Comox Harbour is a great launching spot for some of the best salmon fishing in the world. The Comox (municipal) Marina offers a boat launch and is located right next to Marina park with plenty of parking, washroom facilities and a play area for children. A two minute walk is all that is required to reach the shopping, pubs, and restaurants of downtown Comox.

Gas 'N’ Go Marina

Address: P O Box 1296
Comox, BC
V9M 7Z8
Phone: 250-339-4664
Fax: 250-339-4664
Website: gasngomarine.com
Notes: Open all year, gasoline and diesel at fuel dock. 15 amp power.

Comox Municipal Marina

Address: 1809 Beaufort Avenue
Comox, BC
V9M 1R9
Phone: 250-339-3141
Fax: 250-339-7110
Email: jwhetter@comox.ca

Marina Caretaker: Jeff Whetter

SPRING/SUMMER:(April 1st to October 31st) Wednesday – Sunday
On Site: 8am – 4:30 pm
In Office: 8:30-9:00 & 10:30-11:00

FALL/WINTER:(November 1st to March 31st) Monday – Friday
On Site & In Office: 9am – 12 noon

Boat Launch and Tidal Grids:

The municipal Boat Launch and two Tidal Grids are available for use – view user fees here – please note the closure dates below.

The Tidal Grids must be booked 'in person’ at Comox Town Hall (M-F 8:30am – 4:30pm)at 1809 Beaufort Avenue.

Design plans for the Marina Park

The Town has engaged Cohlmeyer Architecture and the Algis Corporation to help plan for the re-development of Marina Park. Improving the park and waterfront area, as well as improving the connections between the park and Comox Avenue, will lead to increased downtown vitality, which is one of Council’s top priorities. The consultants have been working with stakeholders, Council and staff over the past several months in order to come up with a vision. Once plans are finalized, we will be applying for grants from the Island Coastal Economic Trust and Western Economic Diversification Canada to partially fund the re-development. Click on the following to view the designs:
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Comox Valley Snow to Surf
will result in a temporary closure of the MUNICIPAL BOAT LAUNCH: Sunday, April 24, 2016 from 7am-5pm.

Comox Nautical Days
will result in temporary closures of the:
EAST & WEST MARINA PARKING LOTS and the MUNICIPAL BOAT LAUNCH: Friday, July 29th at Midnight to Monday, August 1st at Midnight
COMOX AVENUE (Aitken St. – Stewart Ave.): Monday, August 1st from 9am-1pm

Easter Eggstravaganza
will result in a temporary closure of MARINA PARK: check back for 2017 dates

Comox Valley Marina

Address: 1805 Beaufort Avenue
Comox, BC
V9M 1R9
Phone: 250-339-2930
Website: comoxvalleymarina.com
Notes: Open all year, guest moorage available, please call ahead. Restrooms, showers, laundry, limited 15 amp power.

Comox Valley Harbour Authority (Fisherman’s Wharf)

Address: 121 Port Augusta Street
Comox, BC
V9M 3N8
Phone: 250-339-6041
Fax: 250-339-6057
Online: Comox Harbour Authority
Notes: Open all year – guest moorage available, home of the commercial fishing fleet and fish sales on the dock.