Frequently Asked Questions

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The Marina

The Bathurst Marina has 100 boat slips.

The Marina only accepts debit or credit card payments, no cash. Payments can be sent by e-transfer or in person with credit/debit machine. Members wishing to pay for their berth or seasonal camping can do so with post-dated cheques over the winter months, Contact the manager to make arrangements. 

It is Marina policy to require proof of insurance for all vessels and personal water crafts that come into the Marina docking area and boat launch ramp.

Yes the Bathurst Marina has on-dock pump-out facilities for boaters. Free for seasonal members, however there is a fee for visiting vessels.

The Marina boat launch is free to access for seasonal members. Seasonal and day passes are available at the Marina office.

Currently the Bathurst Marina leases the facility to a private entity. For a list of upcoming events or to make a booking of the facility, please see the Marina Events page or contact Gary at (506) 543-1374.

The Bathurst Marina and camping facilities are open for business from mid-May to the end of September. Operating hours during peak season is from 8AM to 8PM every day.

The 50/50

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Currently funds raised will be used to help with renovations and improvements at the Bathurst Marina. In the long term, the Bathurst Marina would like to establish other community access ramps and docking points at key locations around the city so that citizens of the region and tourists will be better able to enjoy our beautiful waterfront, especially in the downtown area. Other charities and non-profits that promote active lifestyles and water activities will be considered for funding as funds becomes available. The ultimate goal of the lotto is to promote our region and to show the world what our beautiful city has to offer.

Discover Bathurst Marina

The Bathurst Marina has 100 boat slips and full service camp ground and is situated adjacent to the magnificent Youghall Beach at the mouth of the beautiful Bay of Chaleur in Bathurst, NB.