Nanaimo Yacht Club
400 Newcastle Avenue
Nanaimo, BC V9S 4J1 Canada
WEB page: https://www.nanaimoyc.ca
Hours: Look for posted Notices
Restaurants: Many restaurants & stores available. Thrifty's Foods will deliver. Map with walking distances available at the NYC office. Check out what is happening in Nanaimo at www.tourismnanaimo.com
Transportation: Taxi, bus, car rental. See office for details.
Local Marine Services
Name: See office for listings or suggestions.
Moorage is with: Yacht Club
GPS: 49° 10.669' N 123° 56.395' W
Location: Nanaimo Yacht Club
Dockage: 400' (Max Vessel length 60') April - Oct. outside east & south breakwater. Max length 60'
Boater's Contact: Main Office / Rusty Kostka - Operations Manager
Contact Phone: 250-754-7011
Time Limit: Members in good standing of reciprocal yacht clubs shall be allowed to moor for five days per 30 day period. The first night is free moorage. Service and Utility Fees charged separately from moorage. Subsequent nights charged at the Sumer rate ($0.75/ft), Winter rates ($0.75/ft)
Rafting: Not Allowed
Terms: Must show proof of $1,000,000 Insurance minimum liability coverage and yacht club card when registering. WiFi password available at office. Ice avail. Upon arrival, first look for moorage on the outside of K and L floats. If no space is available proceed to the "visitor check-in zone" in Newcastle Channel marked by yellow paint, approximately 45 feet in length, situated at the southern end of H dock for temporary tie up. This will allow visitors to dock, contact staff, and with assistance be allocated an inside space, if available. Reciprocal Moorage is available on a a first come, first served basis. Sorry, no reservations. Depth 10-30 ft. Check-out @ noon.
Facility Comments: New Pumpout on dock. Garbage, returnable beverage container, Recyclable mixed item bin are provided by NYC.
Water on dock: Yes
Alternative Mooring Options: Mooring Balls,Anchorage,Marina
Alternative Mooring Notes: Nanaimo Boat Basin or anchorage at Newcastle Marine Park. Additional paid moorage at various marinas along Newcastle Channel.