The Vancouver Board of Parks and Recreation has commissioned and independent professional third party appraisal to determine market licence rates for the Burrard Civic Marina.
The appraisal will be used to assist in the determination of moorage rates for the Burrard Civic Marina.
2020 moorage rates will be posted shortly.
Free pump-out services
We offer free self-serve pump-out service.
The Burrard Civic Marina is located at the entrance to False Creek. It is the largest marina in False Creek with 423 water berths, 162 land storage spaces and 69 canoe, kayak, and paddleboat storage spaces.
Do not swim in False Creek.
If you want to swim, head to one of the nine fantastic beaches in Vancouver.
Services and amenities
Services and amenities of Burrard Civic Marina include:
- Annual moorage for boats of up to 45 feet
- Concrete floats with access to power and water
- Secured gates with card key access and manned security
- FREE pump-out facilities for all recreational boaters
- Dry-land work area
- Secured parking
- A launch ramp as well as a crane for loading and unloading
- Recycling of oil, oil filters, antifreeze and batteries.
- Access to parks and waterfront paths
- Member washrooms (including showers)
Apply for moorage or land storage at Burrard Civic Marina
To apply for moorage or land storage, you must fill out an application form and mail, fax or email it to us. In addition, you must submit a non-refundable administrative waitlist fee of $50.
The application process
Mooring at the Burarrd Civic Marina is extremely popular. Once we have received your application, we will phone you when a space is available.
We ask that you confirm that you want the moorage space within 48 hours (or two business days) after we phone you.
If we do not hear from you, we will offer the open space to the next person on the waiting list.
Keeping your contact information up to date, as well as the size of your boat, and type of moorage you need, will help us meet your needs more quickly.
Burrard Civic Marina fees (2019)
Prices do not include tax.
|Type of storage||Fee||Per|
|Side moorage: boats up to 21 ft||$11.82||Foot per month|
|Side moorage: boats 22 ft and more||$13.50||Foot per month|
|Transient moorage||$2.34||Foot per day|
|Land storage: 20 ft × 8 ft wide||$1,248.84||Year per boat|
|Land storage: 30 ft × 10 ft wide||$1,865.88||Year per boat|
|Land storage: 60 ft × 20 ft wide||$3,735.98||Year per boat|
|Land storage: 60 ft × 30 ft wide||$5,304.43||Year per boat|
|Sublets for side moorage and land storage:
30% premium on above rates
|Electricity connection and usage fee||$30.93||Month|
|Canoe and kayak racks||$365.84||-|
|Work area: 1 to 30 days||$9.91||Day|
|Work area: 31 to 60 days
(if space allows)
Ways to pay marina fees
There are several ways you can pay marina fees.
Keep marinas clean and safe
Phone 3-1-1 if you are concerned about:
- Vandalism or damage
- Problems with access cards
- Maintenance and repairs
A valid marina parking pass is required to park within the secured area, which is monitored by Securiguard and EasyPark.
For parking inquiries:
The marina parking lot is managed by EasyPark External web site, opens in new tab
Contact the Burrard Civic Marina
1655 Whyte Ave
Vancouver, BC V6J 1A9
3493 False Creek
49° 16.5' N
123° 08.3' W
Sewage pump-out hours
May 25, 2019 to September 2, 2019
Daily: 7am to 7pm
Winter office hours
September 3, 2019 to May 24, 2020
Daily: 7am to 4:30pm