Spanish Municipal Marina

MARINA HOURS – Beginning Sunday, June 23, 2024 OPEN 8 a.m. – 8 p.m. Access to washrooms/showers available 24/7, please see marina staff for details.

Full Marina Feasibility Study

Executive Summary – 2023 Marina Feasibility Study – English

Executive Summary – 2023 Marina Feasibility Study Spanish – FRANÇAIS

Layout of Docks

Discover Georgian Bay, the North Channel and Manitoulin Island

The Spanish Municipal Marina is situated on beautiful Lake Huron, in the midst of the well-known Whalesback and North Channel. Its proximity to the Benjamins and surrounding islands offers popular anchoring spots and protection from prevailing winds. This area is reputed to be among one of the best sailing areas in the world. 

The Spanish Municipal Marina is the ideal location for launching your craft. The marina features 125 seasonal and transient slips at a maximum dock length of 80 feet, double launch ramp, a service bay, and plenty of parking. Trailer sailors will appreciate that fact that all power cables have been buried so there are no obstructions when launching.

The Spanish Municipal Marina is open from the May long weekend until September 30th.

Dock side services include:
Gas and diesel fuels
Charts and Guides
Live Bait
Potable Water

Slip services include:

30 amp power
50 amp power (limited slips)

Please boat responsibly!

Click here to access Boating Ontario’s Safety is simple videos.

The Four Seasons Waterfront Complex located at the marina offers clean restrooms, a conference room, reception hall, laundry facilities, showers, spacious lounge with satellite TV and complimentary WiFi.

Contact the Spanish Municipal Marina
Phone: (705) 844-1077
Winter Phone: (705) 844-2300

The marina also monitors VHF Channel 68.

Need more information?

Mooring Agreement 2024

Marina Fees 2024

Click here for the Marina Brochure
Spanish Marina Rules and Regulations – Updated June 1, 2022

Did you know that Spanish is part of the 3,000 km Great Lakes Waterfront Trail that stretches from Sault Ste. Marie to the Quebec Border.
Please click the link to see the Trail map:

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