Tucked in behind Range Island at the head of the bay of Port Harvey, BC. Year round moorage, other amenities are seasonal

Wednesday, August 15, 2018

Celebration of Life

George Robert Cambridge, former resident of Peace River, passed away at his home on East Cracroft
 Island, BC, on Monday,  August 6 at the age of 63 years.  A Celebration of Life for the late George Cambridge will be held Friday, August 17 at 2 pm at the Belle Centre in Peace River. If friends so desire, donations may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society as expressions of sympathy.

Wednesday, August 8, 2018


It is with a very heavy heart that I must inform all our friends in the boating community of George’s passing early Monday morning in his sleep. He went enjoying what he loved
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Sunday, June 3, 2018


Below is an article from the North Island Eagle about the passing of Bylaw 895.  Click on the Pages.pdf


We have retained legal counsel who will be filing a suit in the Supreme Court to have this bylaw overturned which would stop the destruction across the bay.  We are asking for donations to help with this suit into order to save Port Harvey for all boaters, whether they come to the marina or not.  Port Harvey has been a safe haven for years and with this activity happening, anchoring will not be possible and it will eventually cause the Port Harvey Marine Resort to close.  All help will be greatly appreciated. Below is the link to the GoFundMe account.

On May 15, 2018 bylaw 895 was passed, contrary to the Regional District of Mount Waddingon’s own bylaws and the North Vancouver Island Marine Plan,…

Wednesday, February 7, 2018

We are open! For the season!

Been busy getting things ready and have had quite a few boats.  We are getting ready for our annual Canada Day celebrations.  Unfortunately Capt’n Charlie is unable to come north this year but we will have music anyway, definitely his music from the CD. Hawaiian is the theme! We have afew spots left so hurry with the reservations!

Things are starting to shape up for 01st July 2018, Capt'n Charlie will be here ready to entertain everyone with songs off his CD's and rumor is there may be a dock dance one night, scary if you have ever seen me dance. Connie and Coyln off of M/V Sea Jay are running the the Ho-Shoe tourny for the tenth year running and Capt'n Charlie and his wife Diane are the defending champs and looking to repeat.  Morning of the 01st we are doing a free breakfast of sausages, eggs, pancakes for all guests at the dock and a free supper the night of the 01st, last year it was baby back ribs with fresh corn on the cob and desert. This year will be as equally good. and then of course our fireworks that seem to get bigger each year (40 minutes last year). Visitors anchored in the bay and not at the docks can purchase a ticket to participate in all the activities including meals. We look forward to seeing everybody come and have a great time.