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Bay Port Yachting Centre is situated only a few minutes from downtown Midland, Ontario, in the heart of the world’s greatest freshwater boating. With our protected deep water harbour and floating docks, boaters can explore endless anchorages and spectacular scenery mere moments away. Power up or hoist your sails after clearing our ecologically designed breakwall and experience one of Canada’s truly special places – the 30,000 Islands of Georgian Bay.

At Bay Port, we want you to enjoy your time with us both on and off the water. Our full-service facility has everything you need for a relaxing and comfortable home away from home including a large heated swimming pool, children’s playgrounds, a large screened gazebo for parties and shore gatherings, barbeques, and extra clean washrooms and showers located throughout the beautifully landscaped grounds. Spend time with family and meet new friends at the many social events scheduled throughout the year such as the Family Flotilla, and Powerboat and Sailboat Rendezvous. Whether you are looking for a year round home for your vessel or visiting for the weekend, our friendly and attentive staff are dedicated to your satisfaction.

Recognized for our Eco Efficiency Performance as part of the Clean Marine Program.

In August 2020, Bay Port joined the Great Lakes Plastic Cleanup, with cleanup and capture devices installed thanks to the support of Environment and Climate Change Canada. 


The (Data) Story
So Far: 2020-2021

Litter comes in many shapes, sizes and varieties.

Here are the top 5 items collected at Bay Port:


What is the to-date impact of the plastic cleanup and capture technology at this site?


Small pellets

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Small fragments

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Small foam pieces

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Large film pieces

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Large Fragments

The average catch at Bay Port: This is the average count and weight of litter collected in a 24-hour-period by the devices at the marina!

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