October 11th, 2016



To Our Valued Customers,

This communication is to clarify some ongoing changes that are happening at the marina.  The rest of the dyke construction must be completed by the New Year. The dyke construction will affect loss of essential services to the marina building ei. water, sewer, gas and electrical. This has led to the closure of pub and will eventually lead to the closure and relocation of the office building.  Within the next month the office will be relocated to the center of the property. We will be housed in a temporary office structure.  We will also be losing our laundry and showers.  Provisions will be made for temporary washrooms.

The work yard is now closed and we will not be booking any lifts that will require blocking in our yard.  We will however have the ability to do hold in slings as needed while the dyke construction is happening.  The rerouting of electrical and water will be essential to getting the Work Yard and Gas Dock up and running.  We will provide an update when we get closer to completion on when we will be able to block boats again.  The plan is to have the ability to block boats again in the New Year.

Our electrical contractor has given us dates on temporary power outages that will affect the marina:

·         October 17th, 2016 - our electrical contractor plans to replace the gang switch on the first load break pole that supplies the marina with                                                      electricity.  They plan on having a power outage for approximately 6 hours. 

·         October 18th -20th, 2016 - the installation and rerouting of power to the Gas Dock and Work Yard will occur. 

·         October 22nd, 2016 - Power outage will occur from 9am to 4pm so that the rerouting of overhead lines can be completed. 

·         October 24th – October 28th, 2016 - new installations of poles, transformers will occur alongside the removal of old infrastructure.


These dates could change based on the availability of BC Hydro and Bel Construction.  However we hope this is not the case.  Please refer to back to our website or check us out on Facebook for updates/changes.  We are sorry for any inconveniences that arise from the construction.  We hope to serve you better in the near future.

The Marina

Captain’s Cove Marina was established in 1978 in the community of Ladner, in the city of Delta. It is nestled in the Deas Slough with fresh water moorage 9 miles from the open ocean.

The Marina is also situated directly across from Deas Island Provincial Park, a natural estuary, with an abundance of walking trails, picnic areas, wild life, bird watching and numerous other park facilities.

Captain’s Cove Marina offers boaters and moorage tenants numerous amenities on the property and is secured. The Marina sports 350 slips that accommodate boats ranging in sizes from 24′ to 60′ with 30 & 50 amp power available. Captain’s Cove has a 60 ton travel lift for haul outs and a secured work yard area to allow our customers the ability to work on their vessels.

The Marina is also next door neighbour to the executive golf course, Cove Links. One round through the challenging nine hole course will leave you with a greater appreciation for the layout and design of a tough executive golf course. Whether you’re a beginner, pro or ranking amateur, Cove Links is the best course to test your skills.



Annual $9.50/foot/month
Monthly $12.00/foot/month
Temporary Moorage $1.00/foot/night


25' - 39' Vessel $1.00/foot/month
40'+ Vessel Metered at $0.16/kw

Access Card & Key Deposit

Fobs $25.00/ea
Dock Keys $10.00/ea
Washroom Keys $15.00/ea


  • Fuel Dock with diesel, unleaded gas
  • Camera surveillance
  • Parking
  • 30-50 amp hydro and water
  • Wireless Internet

All services are subject to environmental fees. Moorage rates are charged by the size of the slips or overall vessel length, whichever is greater. Prices shown here do not include tax.


Gas Prices


Gas (91 Octane)

$1.36 / L


$1.17 / L