Lunenburg Marina

Welcome to Lunenburg’s historic waterfront. This UNESCO World Heritage Site is home to tall ships, schooners, dories, fishing vessels and floating docks. Nova Scotia’s seafaring history and boatbuilding traditions come to life on the Lunenburg waterfront. Tie up your vessel and try out the Lunenburg Waterfront Walk app  or head directly to the Fisheries Museum of the Atlantic.

Daytime berths along the waterfront are free of charge with your registered berthing pass. Be sure to check out and make use of the NEW Zwicker Wharf showers and washroom facilities too!

2021 will be a special year to be in Lunenburg, it’s the 100th Anniversary of the Bluenose and we’re proud to be her homeport. Check out the centennial celebrations at Bluenose100.ca

Services

Power Service

Please inquire with our Marina Office for available berths with power and applicable rates.

Security

Marina Staff and CCTV Cameras ensure continuous coverage of all docks.

Waste Disposal

Waste and recycling locations are available for visiting vessels.

Water Service

Water is available for overnight visiting vessels at select locations. Please inquire with our Marina Office.

Parking

Parking is located along the streets and at Fisheries Museum of the Atlantic.

Wireless Internet

Free Wi-Fi is available along the Lunenburg waterfront.

Locations

Fisheries Museum Wharf

Contact us

Shipyard Wharf

45 ft. (13.7 m) available at the floats

Zwicker Wharf

300 ft. (82.2 m) floating docks + Dinghy Dock

Rates

Public Berthing

Please call 902-521-3012 or email lunenburgmarina@developns.ca

Overnight Berthing

Vessel Categories & Rates:

< 50 ft  $1.50/ft + HST > 50 ft  $2.00/ft + HST

Booking and Cancellation Policy

More About Lunenburg Marina

The Lunenburg Marina is a proud member of the US Superyacht Association and ready to welcome you to our waters.

Visiting Ship Program

Ships and crew from around the world visit Lunenburg and it’s a great opportunity for the public to learn more and maybe even get on board some of these spectacular vessels. Past visits to Lunenburg have included STS Lord Nelson (UK), MV Planet Solar (Switzerland), and Tall Ship Esmeralda (Chile). Contact our Marina Office at lunenburgmarina@developns.ca for more information.

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