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Greetings!

Located in the quaint fishing village of Lund, BC, Canada, this public harbour offers moorage all year.

Office hours are:    Monday – Friday              8 AM to 11 AM and 3PM to 5 PM                                             Weekends and Holidays  10AM to 4PM

The fun and helpful staff can be reached on VHF  Channel 73 to provide your slip assignment and assistance in.

Facilities include washrooms and showers for harbour customers.

Our pump-out facility is currently closed for the season. To reopen in spring when weather permits.

Nearby is a fuel dock, grocery store, liquor store, laundromat, pub and hotel operated by The Lund Resort at Klah ah men. There is also a marine supplies & repairs, boat haul out, bakery, restaurant, art gallery, post office, campground with cabins and water taxis to Savary Island.

Lund, located on the Sunshine Coast north of Vancouver, is the Gateway to Desolation Sound and the Discovery Islands. For more information about Lund, please visit http://www.lundbc.ca.

We may be reached:
by phone: 604 483 4711
by e-mail: lundharbour-wharfinger@twincomm.ca
by mail: P.O. Box 78, Lund, BC V0N 2G0

Sorry,  reservations are not accepted.

JANUARY 2023 – In the winter season we have limited space for transient vessels. Please radio staff for guidance or tie up on the insides of our floating breakwaters (moorage still payable). Please do not tie up on our commercial C dock or the south side of B dock, unless specifically directed by staff. We are a rafting harbour, please advise staff if you are travelling with other vessels. Also, please remember you are visiting a remote community with an elderly population and limited resources and plan accordingly. Please respect any public health orders, be kind and stay safe.

Thank you!

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Lovely Lund

The highlighted area is all “No Anchor Zone”.
Lund Harbour’s “Dead Slow” area begins between the 2 land points (Sevilla Island and One Tree Island), well beyond our breakwaters as these breakwaters are floating and any wake will travel underneath. You are responsible for your wake. Thank you for slowing down.