The Maritime Museum of the Atlantic's wharves are in the heart of Halifax's historic waterfront, with restaurants, pubs, museums and shopping close at hand.
- Visiting boats share company with historic ships such as CSS Acadia and HMCS Sackville, as well as interesting visiting vessels from the world over.
- Although marina facilities are not provided, restaurants, convenience stores and a laundromat are within walking distance.
- The wharves are open to the public 24 hours a day and owners are responsible for their own vessel.
- A daily fee is charged and all boat owners must sign the Museum's Standard Berthing Agreement.
To request further details, including availability and conditions of the Berthing Agreement, please contact the Museum Shipkeeper, Stephen Read (gov.ns.ca).