Blind Channel Resort is a unique and convenient destination for coastal mariners. We’re located three nautical miles off Johnstone Strait and just one nautical mile from Cordero Channel; an ideal location for any mariners travelling up or down the coast. Whether you are just passing through, or planning to stay for a while, we have all your needs covered.
The marina at Blind Channel offers 2000 feet of sturdy dock space. This includes seven widely-spaced, 80-foot fingers, an aircraft dock, and a fuel dock. Clear, UV-treated spring water is available from hose bibs along the docks and 15, 30 and 50 Amp power is available 24 hours a day. Our helpful and professional dock attendants are standing by on VHF channel 66a. Give us a call as you approach, and we’ll be ready to assist.
We recommend advance reservations during July and August, but of course, we will always do our best to accommodate anyone who shows up.
Marine fuel is available at Blind Channel. We carry marine marked diesel, mid-grade gas, and oils. We also fill propane cylinders.
Our fuel is delivered by barge and is stored in tanks on shore.
Fuel docks are few and far between on this part of the coast, so careful planning is essential.
Pure Spring Water
Pure, clean spring water is available all along the docks as well as on the fuel dock. No chemicals are added, but the water is UV treated in accordance with Health Canada guidelines. Drinking water is always free for our guests.
Wireless internet is available. It’s a shared satellite connection, so no webcams, internet phone calls, or huge downloads, please! Be patient with it.
We have a cell phone booster in our gazebo which is compatible with Telus, Bell, Verizon, and Virgin Mobile phones.
Laundry & Shower Facilities
Washers and dryers take loonies. Showers ($5.25 with no timer) can be paid for in the store.
We burn some trash in a commercial incinerator, and the rest has to be hauled off the island. There is a scale beside the store, with a charge of $2.00/lb. Keep it light!
Stretch your legs and take your pup for a stroll on one of the forest trails. The main attraction is a massive 800+ year old cedar tree that will change your perspective.
It’s a peaceful world here in the winter. We offer secure, affordable long-term, off-season moorage. Someone is always here to keep an eye on things, and vandalism is not a concern. We also welcome liveaboards during the quiet months, with twenty-four-hour power and access to wifi internet. The fuel dock is open year-round, basics are stocked in the store, and the post office gets mail delivery twice a week. Give us a call.