Providing shelter for over 120 years
Located on the East Coast of Vancouver Island off British Columbia’s spectacular West Coast, the Comox Harbour has provided shelter for ships since the late 1800’s. Today it is home to a large commercial fishing fleet and a variety of pleasure craft. Nestled beneath the Beaufort Mountains and Comox Glacier, the Comox Harbour is both scenic and welcoming!
Buy fish and seafood direct from the fishermen at the Comox Harbour Marina! When the fishing boats come in, it’s time to feast on the large variety of species available from the cool ocean waters of British Columbia. Common species sold are salmon, tuna, shrimp, cod, halibut, lingcod, prawns and crab.
Are you looking for the freshest seafood?
Fish and seafood are often available at the popular Fish Sales dock, where you can buy direct from the local fishermen. Common species sold are salmon, tuna, shrimp, cod, halibut, lingcod, and prawns. So come on down to the Comox Harbour and support our local fishermen and purchase wild seafood fresh off the boat!
Around the Comox Valley, you will also hear us called the Comox Fisherman’s Wharf. It’s the best place to pickup fresh seafood. To stay up-to-date on which fresh catch is coming in, sign up for our Daily Catch newsletter by hitting the subscribe button below!
Local Weather Links
When you’re heading out, there’s nothing better than being armed with the information you need to ensure a safe journey. Find all of the local weather links you need to stay informed and to keep you and your crew safe.
Boaters traveling Georgia Strait, the Gulf Islands, and Baynes Sound will find dedicated guest moorage, available from mid-May to mid-September. Discover our services that will make your stay in port more enjoyable!
Friends of the Harbour
We work with many great community partners across the Comox Valley. Discover local restaurants, pubs, marine operators, tourism operators, retailers, professional services and more. Support our friends of the Comox Harbour!
About the CVHA
Located on the East Coast of Vancouver Island in British Columbia, Canada, the Comox Harbour has provided shelter for ships since the late 1800s. Today, it is home to a large commercial fishing fleet and numerous pleasure craft. Nestled beneath the Beaufort Mountains and Comox Glacier, the Comox Harbour has spectacular views.
The Comox Valley Harbour Authority (CVHA) is located just two short blocks from downtown Comox. Here you will find a wide range of boutique shops on the main street as well as a shopping mall, a 9-hole golf course, excellent restaurants and pubs! Regular bus service is available from the Comox Mall to downtown Courtenay, where you can find art galleries, museums and more great shopping and dining!
The CVHA manages two locations: the Comox Fisherman’s Wharf and the Courtenay Slough. At both, you can mingle with friendly locals, chat with fishermen getting their boats in order, or just stroll the new walkway on top of the breakwater for fabulous views of the Comox Glacier and Salish Sea.
The Comox Valley is a great jumping-off point from your boat! Airline links are available from the Comox Airport to all points east and bus service is available from Courtenay to other parts of Vancouver Island.
Stop in and meet the friendly crew at the Comox Harbour Authority office- we look forward to seeing you!