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Located    on    the    Ottawa    River    just    at    the    entrance    to    the    Rideau    Canal,    and    a    few    steps    from downtown,   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.
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HULL MARINA C.Y.P.C. If you want more information, you can contact Club de Yachting Portage Champlain inc. 160 Laurier Street CP 1004, Succ. B. Gatineau, QC. J8X 3Y3 E-mail : cypcmarinadehull@gmail.com phone : 819-595-7390 (juillet et août)
Boaters services since 1985

Background of the Marina Expansion Project

Since its beginnings in 1987 until 2010, the marina has made a series of investments in order to offer docks for our members. Using additional docks belonging to the National Capital Commission (NCC), the marina offered 120 docking slips to its members and 20 slips to tourists. In 2011, Environment Quebec required the total number of slips to be reduced to 99, because there had never been an environmental impact assessment for 140. The marina decided that it would no longer set aside docks for tourists, and instead would rent out members' slips when their boats were away from the marina for more than one day. In 2015, the marina made a request to Environment Quebec for an increase to 180 slips for members and 20 for visitors. The request was accepted. In 2016, the marina hired a firm to carry out an environmental impact study. The marina submitted an expansion request to Transport Canada, Environment Canada, Fisheries and Oceans Canada, the NCC, and the city of Gatineau. In 2017, Environment Quebec accepted the environmental study. All the organizations mentioned above approved the expansion project. On June 28, 2017, the Government of Quebec authorized the expansion. On June 29, the marina reorganized in order to offer 31 additional slips, making it the only marina in the area that guarantees docks for tourists. The marina submitted an application for the rights to the river, at the site of the wharf, and the land adjacent to this site, to the Centre d'expertise hydrique du Québec (CEHQ), a division of Environment Quebec. The survey report was approved in December 2017.  The CEHQ issued two leases (one maritime and one land) to the marina in February 2018. In October 2017, the marina invested close to $300,000 in new docks for Phase 1 of its expansion. Phase 1 was completed in 2018, permitting the marina to offer about 120 places to its members and about 20 places to tourists. The revenues from the additional slips will allow the marina to offer 30 additional docks. This would bring the capacity of the marina to 170, including a minimum of 20 places for tourists. Over the longer term, if the demand justifies it and the marina’s funds allow, the marina will invest in more docks to offer 200 slips, continuing to guarantee 20 places for tourists.
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You can take a little historic tour of the Island of Hull by foot, with locations a few minutes from the marina. Below, see an outline of these places and a map. Have a nice stay at the Hull Marina!

Historic tour of the Island of Hull

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The little story of the Hull Island

Welcome

Located   on   the   Ottawa   River   just   at   the entrance    to    the    Rideau    Canal,    and    a few   steps   from   downtown,   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.

Background of the Marina Expansion

Project

Since   its   beginnings   in   1987   until   2010, the     marina     has     made     a     series     of investments    in    order    to    offer    docks for    our    members.    Using    additional docks     belonging     to     the     National Capital       Commission       (NCC),       the marina   offered   120   docking   slips   to   its members and 20 slips to tourists. In   2011,   Environment   Quebec   required the     total     number     of     slips     to     be reduced    to    99,    because    there    had never   been   an   environmental   impact assessment      for      140.      The      marina decided   that   it   would   no   longer   set aside   docks   for   tourists,   and   instead would   rent   out   members'   slips   when their     boats     were     away     from     the marina for more than one day. In   2015,   the   marina   made   a   request   to Environment   Quebec   for   an   increase to   180   slips   for   members   and   20   for visitors. The request was accepted. In    2016,    the    marina    hired    a    firm    to carry    out    an    environmental    impact study.      The      marina      submitted      an expansion       request       to       Transport Canada,          Environment          Canada, Fisheries     and     Oceans     Canada,     the NCC, and the city of Gatineau. In        2017,        Environment        Quebec accepted   the   environmental   study.   All the    organizations    mentioned    above approved the expansion project. On   June   28,   2017,   the   Government   of Quebec   authorized   the   expansion.   On June    29,    the    marina    reorganized    in order     to     offer     31     additional     slips, making   it   the   only   marina   in   the   area that guarantees docks for tourists. The   marina   submitted   an   application for   the   rights   to   the   river,   at   the   site   of the   wharf,   and   the   land   adjacent   to this    site,    to    the    Centre    d'expertise hydrique      du      Québec      (CEHQ),      a division   of   Environment   Quebec.   The survey      report      was      approved      in December    2017.        The    CEHQ    issued two    leases    (one    maritime    and    one land) to the marina in February 2018. In   October   2017,   the   marina   invested close   to   $300,000   in   new   docks   for Phase   1   of   its   expansion.   Phase   1   was completed    in    2018,    permitting    the marina   to   offer   about   120   places   to   its members    and    about    20    places    to tourists.      The      revenues      from      the additional   slips   will   allow   the   marina to     offer     30     additional     docks.     This would     bring     the     capacity     of     the marina   to   170,   including   a   minimum   of 20 places for tourists. Over   the   longer   term,   if   the   demand justifies     it     and     the     marina’s     funds allow,   the   marina   will   invest   in   more docks   to   offer   200   slips,   continuing   to guarantee 20 places for tourists.

Historic tour of the Island of Hull

You   can   take   a   little   historic   tour   of   the Island   of   Hull   by   foot,   with   locations   a few   minutes   from   the   marina.   Below, see    an    outline    of    these    places    and    a map. Have a nice stay at the Hull Marina!
Historical Images
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Map to follow
The little Story of the Hull Island
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HULL MARINA C.Y.P.C. If you want more information, you can contact Club de Yachting Portage Champlain inc. 160 Laurier Street CP 1004, Succ. B. Gatineau, QC. J8X 3Y3 E-mail : cypcmarinadehull@gmail.com phone : 819-595-7390 (juillet et août)
Boater services since 1985