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Little Current

Harbor Vue Marina


Welcome to the port of Little Current, the home of Harbor Vue Marina, where the currents are strong and the scenery is breath taking.

Located between Goat Island and the Eastern tip of Manitoulin Island, it is the Northern entrance to the famous North Channel Waterway's. Here you will discover Harbor Vue Marina just East of the Historical Swing Bridge on Gibbons Point. Look for the large orange roof - you can't miss it!

Harbor Vue has been here since 1982 and is the largest full service marina on the North Channel with a solid reputation for sales and service satisfaction guaranteed. With over 60 slips we welcome your visit. We monitor VHF 68 and recommend calling in advance for us to better service you and your arrival. Our facility can accommodate vessels up to 55 feet in length.

Our marine store has all your supplies, and our factory trained mechanical and hull repair technicians can service your boating needs. Inside, outside and shrinkwrap winter storage is available. We invite you to become a part of the Marina that makes boating relaxing, fun and enjoyable!

For more information call (705) 368-3212
72 Fergusons Road
Little Current,
Ontario P0P 1K0



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www.harborvue.on.ca








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