Nova Scotia’s culture is shaped by our coastline. Over 13,000 kilometres of harbours, coves and inlets to explore, with bustling waterfront downtowns, breathtaking landscapes, spectacular golfing, rich history, and world-renowned hospitality. Let our ports be your gateway to destinations across Nova Scotia and Atlantic Canada, and beyond. (novascotia.com/boating) Experience Halifax, where you can step off your vessel and into the town. If you’re looking for seaside fine dining or curbside fish and chips, gallery exhibits or nightlife, you’re docked in the heart of the city and it’s all here for you. The Halifax waterfront offers more than 1 kilometre (.6 mile) of public berth space including over 457 metres (1500 feet) of floating docks, 5 seawalls, and 4 large wharves. Whether visiting by power or sail, for recreation or work, the historic downtown waterfront and modern city rewards visitors with opportunities to explore. We’re a proud member of the US Superyacht Association and ready to welcome you to our waters. Enjoy free daytime berthing and competitive overnight rates.
This is a fantastic facility for visiting yachts. Several floating docks along an attractive and vibrant waterfront and close to the city centre. Daytime use is free (after online registration). Overnight pricing is reasonable. We only used the docks by day, anchoring overnight. Good fendering is required as they are exposed to the busy harbour. Things may be quieter by night.