Marina, Moorage and Watersports

Welcome to the Marina

Stretching along False Creek on either side of the Granville Bridge, our marina has space for approx. 110 boats of varying sizes, and is equipped with party dock areas with BBQ’s, Dinghy, Kayak & SUP Storage & Use, Folkboat Sailing Vessel, laundry and showers, and pumpout facilities. The marina has 30A circuits on the dock, and an onsite wharfinger who may be reached at 604-648-2628.


Member Moorage

Moorage is available to Club Members annually, on a seniority basis. Slip sizes range from 30 ft to 85 ft, with variable berth widths. There is wifi on the docks.

Guest Moorage

Boats arrive from all over the Lower Mainland, the Island, and the world to visit the Vancouver area. The False Creek Yacht Club is pleased to offer daily, overnight, and weekly transient arrangements, as available. Outside docks may be able to accommodate longer or wider vessels than the permanent slip sizes noted above, on a temporary basis and at the discretion of the Wharfinger.

FCYC is also part of the worldwide club moorage reciprocal program.


Laundry, Bathrooms Showers

Located in the upper parking lot trailer, these facilities are available to resident and transient moorage members by using your gate key.

Pumpout Facilities

Along our central Welcome Centre Dock, we provide and maintain a pump out facility available to all boaters in False Creek and easily accessed by our moorage guests and members.

There is also a Pump Out Boat in False Creek during summer months that will come directly to your vessel at no charge.

Storage & Use

Dinghy Storage & Use

Dinghy storage is available – ask for details.

Kayak & SUP Storage & Use

Members are welcome to store their own kayaks and SUPs at the club if a storage rack is available or use the Club’s Kayaks and SUPs on an unlimited basis.

Learn-To-Sail and Day Sailing

The Club is the proud owner of 25′ (7.6m) member-maintained Nordic Folkboat. This design has a distinguished history of racing and cruising around the world, and there are various ways that all classes of members can enjoy it: Contact the office for details.

  • As a passenger or crew: Don’t know how to sail, not sure if you want to learn, but you’d like to get out on the water? Experienced skippers take landlubbers out with pleasure – often to Bowen Island for ice cream! Fees apply.
  • Want to learn to sail? Experienced skippers are happy to help put together a crew and help you work towards your CYA designation, which qualifies you to charter a boat or skipper your own.
  • Already have your CYA and want to use the Folkboat? It is available for day trips or longer charters, depending on experience. Fees apply.

Party Dock

Pop up party events, BBQ’s, afternoon gatherings, special events and small craft chores are all regular happenings at our waterside party dock, centrally located on our east side marina area and always welcoming to all!