Telegraph Cove Marina

Telegraph Cove Marina is your premier gateway to Vancouver Island adventure. We are nestled at the northern end of Johnstone Strait on the northeast coast of Vancouver Island. The Broughton Archipelago, a stunning cluster of islets forming a protected marine park, is our neighbor, as are the famed Orca rubbing beaches of Robson Bight and the 6.4 million hectare Great Bear Rainforest.

Telegraph Cove Marina accommodates boats up to 65’ in length and is situated in the
well-protected harbor of Telegraph Cove. Enjoy easy access to-and-from your boat on our wide stable docks. Amenities include: 130 slips, 50 Ft. wide all-tide boat ramp with centre walk float, top quality potable water, [15/30/50-amp power], 8 fish cleaning stations, on-the-water fish scale, laundry and showers, wireless Internet.

Telegraph Cove was home to a lumber mill and salmon cannery in the early 1900’s. While remaining historically vibrant, this picturesque boardwalk community has gradually yielded to pleasure boaters, sport fisherman, whale watchers and vacationers. Experience magnificent kayak adventures, whale watching, & grizzly bear tours, right from the Cove. Take a stroll along the boardwalk to the Whale Interpretive Centre and view the skeletons of a huge fin whale, orca, and marine mammals. Hike the Blinkhorn trail, then relax with a yummy meal at the Seahorse Café. World famous fishing, kayaking, wildlife viewing, the cove has it all!