As of Friday, May 29th, both the Confederation Basin and Portsmouth Olympic Harbour Marinas are open for seasonal reservations at this time. We remain closed to transient boaters until further notice and booking requests are not being accepted. Boaters interested in the status of our marinas are encouraged to stop in at our offices, contact us via phone or e-mail, or follow along on the City website and COVID-19 updates here: https://www.cityofkingston.ca/resident/covid-19
We were there late in the season after coming down the Rideau. It was a week's wait until a good weather window opened to cross to Oswego, but Kingston and this marina worked out very well. Since it was late, there was plenty of room for berthing. All the marina's shoreside amenities were very good indeed, with clean bathrooms and showers, and new washers and driers. Kingston is a nice city with plenty of restaurants and shopping. Note: it is very exposed to wind from the north, east, and south. We were pinned pretty hard to our facing dock for several days, though when our day to leave approached we were able to maneuver off. Perhaps the lesson is if you can't get off your dock due to high winds, it's probably better to stay put. All in all a good stay.