Come on out from 11AM to 2PM TOMORROW and meet your fellow boaters, enjoy some roasted corn, hot dogs and swap / sell some of your stuff at the same time.
Event will be held at the Marker 72 Patio.
$3 for 2 cobs of corn and 2 hot dogs!
Please buy tickets in advance or let us know at the marina store how many people will be attending so we can properly stock up on supplies!
Meet your fellow boaters.
In this image we have Stephane (Left, along with his friend and fellow D-Dock'er Lloyd).
Stephane has been docked at D Dock for 6 years and has made quite a few friends while at Crysler Park Marina.
The Laval resident has a 31-foot Larson 'Cabrio' named 'Sympatico' that he and his partner Emilie (and their cat Capitaine Blackberry) enjoy taking out to Brockville and the surrounding area for a nice cruise.
Stephane really enjoys relaxing on his boat and uses many of the marina's amenities such as the BBQs, the showers, the picnic tables and boathouse. He also loves the amount of space between boats at our marina.
Stop on by and say 'Bonjour' next time you're on D Dock.
Did you know that Crysler Park Marina features 14 different campsites on our property? 4 two service sites (30amp + water), 5 unserviced sites by the creek and 5 waterfront sites. The campground is run by our parent organization, the St Lawrence Parks, and can booked through their registration system.
Showers and bathrooms are of course available, as well as Marker 72 Patio & BBQ and a beach.
To book a campsite, visit StLawrenceParks.com and select 'Crysler Park Marina'.
Crysler Park Marina has some of the best fuel prices on the St Lawrence River.
Stop in at the marina and fill up for $1.49/litre.
Although we can accommodate large vessels, It is best call us at (613) 543-3254 or VHF channel 68 to ask about water depth.
This weekend we are welcoming a large contingent of divers as they explore the wreck Eastcliffe Hall, and host a pig roast BBQ.
The 342-foot cargo ship sank off the banks of Crysler shoal, in 70 feet of water, on July 14th 1970.
Into diving? Come visit the marina and explore the hidden treasures of the St Lawrence river.
Details of the Eastcliffe Hall: