|Marina Profile: Collins Bay Marina|
Collins Bay Marina is a family-owned and -operated, 300-slip facility located in Kingston, Ontario, Canada. Situated between the Thousand Islands and the inland waters of Prince Edward County, it is home to boaters in a stunningly beautiful cruising area. Sailors enjoy the open waters and the faithful winds that brought the Summer Olympic sailing events to Kingston in 1976.
Protected by Amherst Island and the gentle curve of the bay, the marina is a secure weather hole affording excellent protection to boaters when Lake Ontario threatens.
It boasts floating, full finger docks constructed to allow for the unobstructed flow of the natural seiche in the bay through the marina. Guests enjoy immaculately clean washrooms, lovely grounds, and the facilities of both the adjoining Rotary Park and the 337-acre Lemoine Point Conservation Area.
The marina provides both gas and diesel fuel supplies, pumpout facilities and free WiFi. Employing both a 65-ton Link-Belt crane and a precision mast crane, the marina has a professional reputation for expert boat handling. It provides protected winter storage and is easily accessible to boats trucked to and from the area.
Year after year, a group of friendly students help the boaters dock and fuel their boats and keep the facilities properly trimmed and shipshape. They embody the attitude put forward in the marina's mission: To provide surroundings, facilities and services that make your boating experiences enjoyable.
Visit them on the web at www.CollinsBayMarina.com and have a look at the local conditions on the live webcam.