Hull Marina

Hull Marina

The Hull Marina is a cornerstone of your Ottawa-Gatineau experience

Located on the Ottawa River just at the entrance to the Rideau Canal, and a few steps from downtown, the Hull Marina offers both the tranquillity that boaters seek as well as the amenities of a large urban center. As an actively involved member of the regional tourism community, the Hull Marina is a cornerstone of your Ottawa-Gatineau experience.

Festivités à Gatineau - Ottawa
Marina de Hull - Rivière outaouais
Marché Ottawa

Our marina offers you access to all of the services and attractions you’ll need for an unforgettable stay, and within easy walking distance! For more information or to reserve your dock, don’t hesitate to communicate with us and let us take care of your peace of mind.

History of the marina

Discover the history of the Hull marina since its creation.

Historical tour

If you like to discover the history of a place, follow the guide!

Book your stay!

To reserve a dock, become a member or obtain other services

Hull Marina - Safety first

Trust us with your boats, the safety of your boats is important to us!

Hull Marina – July 31, 2018 – POGO saves the marina (French only)

History of the Hull Marina POGO

A Tough Little Boat – HMCS Labrador Hydrographic sounding craft

Since 2010, our Yacht Club has proudly hosted a historic boat — Pogo. It is the oldest still-functioning motorized boat having belonged to the Royal Canadian Navy, and still in its original condition.

The construction is entirely of aluminum and its hull is welded — a first for the Canadian Navy. Built in 1954, Pogo is also the oldest aluminum boat in Canada. Today, it is the property of the Navy League of Canada who will be happy to show you the boat at your request. For more complete information about Pogo, see the following link.

Map of the Hull marina

More and more docks!

160 slips are currently offered to our members including 20 slips reserved for tourists

Plan marina de Hull
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