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Port Sidney Marina

Marina MapCassiopeia is berthed at Port Sidney Marina in the heart of the world-famous Gulf Islands and San Juan Islands cruising area.  She is managed by Cooper Boating and available for charter year-round.  View on Map   Marina website

Port Sidney Marina is located right at the downtown waterfront in safe, picturesque Sidney, mere blocks from shopping and restaurants and only minutes by bus or taxi from the Victoria International Airport, the B.C. Ferries Swartz Bay Terminal and walking distance from the Sidney/Anacortes ferry terminal with service direct to the USA. 

The marina itself is a new, spacious, well equipped marina protected by a solid rock breakwater.  The entire marina floats, including the office and concrete docks.  Port Sidney Marina offers full laundromat and lounge, plus excellent washrooms and showers.  Power, potable water and wifi are available at the slip.  Staying overnight on Cassiopeia is permitted.  Access after hours is by key card.  Canadian cellular networks have towers nearby.  A pub and restaurant is located on land right next to the marina ramp. A selection of additional restaurants and bars are nearby, within blocks.

The Fairway Market, a large and well stocked grocery store with a good deli and competitive prices is one block away from our marina.  Fairway permits grocery carts to be taken to nearby boats, making provisioning very easy.  Save-on Foods, Thrifty Foods and Safeway are a bit farther up the street and several good liquor stores are close by, as are dollar stores and hardware stores.

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Check out the Street View function to see the marina entrance, stores and restaurants.


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BC Transit's double-decker buses run frequently from a bus stop six  blocks from the marina, and cover the Saanich Peninsula from Victoria to Swartz Bay and everything in between.  Victoria is a $2.50, fifteen minute ride on the non-stop express bus that runs on schedule to downtown Victoria.  Taxi service is prompt and reliable.  The airport is less than $15 away by cab.

Cruise far and wide, visit charming towns and villages and anchor in nearby or remote anchorages -- or just day-sail from this secure and modern marina right in the centre of town.

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- Inventory | Manuals | US/Canada Border | Winter | Thoughts | Troubleshooting -