Montague Harbour

Lying at the southern end of Galiano Island, Montague Harbour is a large and extremely well protected natural harbour. On a sunny summer day it almost has a Caribbean feel to it with white sandy beaches at one end and at the other end a waterfront bar and patio serving some excellent rum and gin cocktails and a carribean influenced menu.

There are numerous mooring options with a small marina at the southern end of the harbour, a small Provincial park mooring pontoon (smaller yachts only) at the northern end, visitors mooring buoys at both ends and enough space for a hundred or so vessels to anchor in the middle of the harbour in 8-10m of water. Good holding in sand/mud.

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