Sandspit Harbour Marina
P.O. Box 477, Sandspit, British Columbia V0T 1T0
p: 250-637-5700 | f: 250-637-5701

Sandspit Harbour: [3890, 3894] The gateway marina to the Gwaii Haanas National Park Reserve / Haida Heritage Site is a state-of-the-art facility. (53 14.3 N, 131 51.8 W , NAD 27) Situated in the heart of the picturesque Queen Charlotte Islands-Haida Gwaii, Sandspit Harbour is ideally located for exploring the islands and Gwaii Haanas. Visitors take away fond memories of the natural beauty of the area and the breathtaking island sunsets reflecting off the water around the harbour.

Eighty-four slips are available for permanent and transient moorage, accommodating vessels up to 114' in length. Fuel: regular, premium gas & diesel are dispensed at the fuel dock; potable water, dockside electricity (15, 30, 50, 100 ampere), 2.5 ton lift, storage yard, seaplane float, restrooms, showers, garbage bins, waste pump-out, public phone and launching ramp are all located in this quiet, well-protected harbour. Spacious fairways allow for safe and easy maneuverability.

Recreational activities such as deep sea and fresh water fishing, kayaking, canoeing, photography, scuba diving, hiking, mountain biking, sightseeing, whale or bird watching, golfing, beachcombing, helicopter tours, and many others are available right in Sandspit. Groceries, restaurants, pub, post office, liquor store, hair salon, cappuccino bar, propane, fishing supplies and licenses, marine supplies, airport, and lodging accommodations are located within two miles. When travelling the north coast of British Columbia, a stay at this modern, well equipped harbour is a must. Reservations for the busy summer season are strongly recommended Call ahead on VHF 73 to contact the Wharfinger.



Post Office Box 477
Sandspit, British Columbia V0T 1T0

Harbour Phone: 250-637-5700

Fax: 250-637-5701

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