There is a lot of dock space at Scott Point. However, Members should still try to minimise space between vessels when space is getting tight. Try to keep ‘H’, ‘J’, ‘K’ docks for larger vessels until other space has been used. ‘A’ dock is for dinghies and tenders which should not be tied to main docks. Please keep the end of ‘A’ dock free for floatplane access. There is a gravel and mud boat launch located at the south end of the marina. However, there is very limited storage for boat trailers. Anyone wishing to store a boat trailer must first contact the Station Manager.
Four A-frame cottages are available for rent by Members. Cabins are equipped with kitchenettes, shower, utensils. Members must bring their own linen. Members should consult the Yearbook for rules (see bottom of page).
Full cabin details here.
There are two washers and dryers at the west end of the Washroom Building provided at no cost to members. Members should limit their use of the machines when others are waiting and promptly remove their laundry when it is finished.
There is a small parking lot. Park in designated areas only. If the parking lot is full, please park along Scott Point Drive.
Dogs must be kept on a leash at all times and are not allowed in the Pool or Pavilion areas. Owners must clean up after their pets. There is a park located at the Long Harbour Ferry Terminal, 600 metres away.
In an emergency, please dial 9-1-1.
Scott Point is a very dry place, especially in the summer and fire is always a hazard. There is no smoking anywhere on the property and members should inform guests and teenagers of the dangers from fire. Water barrels are located around the property and there are two Fire Pumps (Registration Shed at head of dock ramp and in the Pool Pump House). There is a fire department on the island.
In an emergency, please dial 9-1-1.
There is a First Aid kit, AED, and oxygen bottle on site located in the Station Manager’s office in the Pavilion. There is a hospital with an Emergency room located in Ganges.
Even with a watermaker, water is a precious commodity in the Gulf Islands and must be conserved at all times. Please keep showers short and limit the amount of water when filling boat tanks. There is no boat washing at any time.
Please use the washrooms located ashore. There is a separate building with ladies’ and men’s washrooms and two showers. There is an additional washroom, with bathtub, located in the Pavilion.
The Pavilion is an area for relaxation and shelter from the rain. It has a wood fireplace as well as a small kitchen for use by Members and communal BBQs. Please clean up after use, wash all dishes and remove food from the fridge. Children should be kept under control.
There are telephones located in the Registration Shed at the top of the main ramp and in the Pavilion. Please keep calls short. Long-distance calls are restricted to calling cards or operator assistance. The Station Manager does not take messages.
The town of Ganges, on Ganges Harbour, is located 6 km by road, or a dinghy ride, from Scott Point. Located in the town centre are marinas, grocery stores, banks, pharmacy, liquor store, hardware, post office, car rentals, gas stations, shopping, restaurants and galleries.
There are marine supplies and services available on the Island:
Ganges Marina 250.537.5242 - Fuel
Harbour's End Marine 250.537.4202 Outboards, general marine repairs
Mouat's Trading Co. in Ganges - small boat accessories, fishing tackle
Mid Isle Marine & Equipment 250.653.4020 - New & Used Outboard sales, boat sales, service & storage
Save On Gas station (Fulford-Ganges Road) - Propane