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Port Elgin Harbour
Port Elgin, Ontario
  • Clean safe piers
  • Beautiful
  • Spacious boat launch
  • Boat maintenance bays
  • The harbour
  • Plenty of parking
  • Crystal clear waters

Located 4 miles south of Southampton (Southampton entrance marked by Chantry Island Lighthouse) and approximately 10 miles north of Bruce Nuclear Power Development, a large complex visible for miles offshore.

To enter the harbour, Logie's Rock serves as an excellent reference point. It is marked by a light buoy and lies 2 miles west-northwest of Port Elgin.

When entering the harbour it's important to stay within the buoyed channel. Range markers with green lights lead boaters in on a course of 109. The channel depth is 10-14 feet from chart datum, but outside of the channel, it quickly shallows to as little as 2 feet. Harbour staff monitor VHF channel 68.

Port Elgin Harbour Operates from May until October. For rates, and more information, go here.

Vessel Limits Supported:
Max Draft: 10ft
Max Length: 150ft

Fuel: Gasoline & Diesel (at dock)

Slips & Moorings: Total Slips: 274

Onsite Facilities: Refuse Bin, Pump-out Station
Public Toilet, Showers, Boat Ramp, Handicapped Access

Electricity: 110V, 220V, Max Amps 30

On-Site Provisions: Ice, Wi-fi

163 Elgin St
Port Elgin, Ontario

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