Location, Charts, Maps

Comox Harbour and Courtenay Slough marinas are located on the eastern shores of central Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada. Click on the images for larger views.

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Comox Harbour Marina or Courtenay Slough Marina are easily accessible by water, either northwesterly up through Baynes Sound between Vancouver Island and Denman Island, or across the Comox bar from Georgia Strait.

These maps, charts, and aerial views of Comox, Baynes Sound, Courtenay Slough, and the Comox Harbour will help you find us.

Comox Harbour marina office has latitude and longitude of
49/40 N and 124/56 W. 0.0. ||| Or, 49.669489, -124.927270.

Courtenay Slough has approximate
Latitude: 49° 41′ 28″ Longitude: -124° 59′ 28″

The Courtenay Slough, is a fresh water marina located on the Courtenay River, right in downtown Courtenay!   The Courtenay River channel is tidal and access to the slough for larger vessels is limited to high tides and a lift bridge opening.  Access to the Courtenay Slough is controlled through the Comox Harbour office and a minimum of 24 hrs. notice is required to lift the bridge.  We recommend that visitors access this marina from the main Harbour in Comox by skiff in the summer months to visit downtown Courtenay.  It is a great adventure to navigate the Courtenay River.  Check the chart in the Comox Harbour office and take a hand held VHF.   Remember that your safety is your responsibility!

Above are Aerial Photos of the Comox Harbour and the Courtenay Slough Marinas. We have also provided a portion of Canadian Hydrographic Chart # 3527 (showing entrance to Comox Harbour). Also showing are Google Satelite map and a Google street View.

Note: do not use this information for navigation; we will not be held liable for any information on this website.