The Tofino Harbour Authority is open for commercial fishing vessels and recreational boaters. Overnight transient vessels are still being restricted at our 4th street harbour at this time, please call or email to enquire about availability at Armitage Point (Crab Dock) as space is very limited. THA Staff is onsite 7 days a week, the office's main door is closed, please come to the side window to speak to staff. Our facilities, such as bathrooms and Showers, are coded and are restricted to Harbour Users only


To protect our comercial fishermen and recreational boaters access by the general public to Armitage Point (Crab Dock) and 4th Street for crabbing, fishing and strolling on the floats is not allowed at this time. We ask boat owners to please be aware of the space limitations on the floats and to limit time on them if possible. If someone is on the gangway please wait for them to exit before proceeding onto the gangway. Please do not congregate at the float ramp, arround the office or at the top or bottom of the gangway as other people need to access those areas.


If you are coming down to the Harbour to go out on a boat, work on your boat or purchase seafood please remember to practice physical distancing. If you cannot stay 2m apart please follow the health official rules and wear a mask.


We have set up three hand sanitizing stations, one at the Crane , one outside the bathrooms and one at the top of the gangway. We also have soap at the fish cleaning station. The 4th street faciity's high touch areas such as handrailings and wheelbarrows are sanitized several times a day for our harbour users protection.

TRANSIENT BOATERS: The Tofino Harbour Authority is not accepting transient overenight recreational boats at our 4th street docks until further notice. We have essential service fisheries operating, as well as local off shore First Nations who need to use our facilities and we are working to keep them safe. Please call or email us before arriving to confirm current availability at Armitage Point (Crab Dock) as the space is very limited.


Please email if you have any questions or concerns.

Harbour News & Updates

2020 ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING - Saturday, Nov 14, 2020 at 3 pm

in the Tin Wis (Best Western) BISTRO (Through lobby)

All THA members are encouraged to attend. To become a member please visit the THA office for an application or download Membership form here and email to

If you are a member and would like to attend by ZOOM please email by noon on Saturday to receive a link to the meeting.

Elections will be held for: 

Two vacant Commercial Fishing positions

Two Commercial Fishing positions up for re-election

(Nominees for these positions represent the commercial fishing sector and must own a Commercial Fishing Vessel that moors in the THA harbour or by being a member that is a voting shareholder of a corporate entity that owns a Commercial Fishing Vessel that moors in the THA Harbour)

One Charter position up for re-election

(The charter/tours sector representative must own or operate a charter/tour vessel, owned by a business that possesses a local business license for that business, which moors in a harbour operated by the Corporation, and which business must be authorized by the Board of Directors to be operating out of  the THA Harbour)

Nominations are now closed.

- Permitted Parking at the 4th street facility is now enforced year round as of Jan 1st, 2020.

- Please remember the garbage bin onsite is for Harbour users only and is paid for by Harbour user fees, if it continues to be abused it may result in a rise in Harbour fees to cover the escalating cost.

-Living aboard your vessel at any of the THA facilities is prohibited without proper approval and strict compliance of the THA Liveaboard Policy (Feb 2020). No Live aboards are allowed at the 4th Street Harbour at any time and at the moment we are not accepting any new Live aboards at our Armitage Point facility as our dock allotment is full, please contact the office for more information. If any person is found to be living on their vessel without proper authorization it will result in termination of their mooring privileges at the Tofino Harbour Authority facilities.

-Only those businesses with a current (2020) Charter Operator User Agreement are allowed to pick up or drop of paying passengers at any of the Tofino Harbour Authority Facilities. Our 2020 allotment of Charter Operator User Agreements is full and we will not be issuing any further agreements for the 2020 year.

About Us

The Tofino Harbour Authority (THA) is a federally incorporated, not-for-profit organization who manages, operates, and maintains three public wharfs in Tofino, British Columbia (4th St., Wingen Lane, and Armitage Point). The THA is managed by employees and a Board of Directors who work together to provide services of a core fishing harbour in Tofino.

Local Conditions






Construction Update (Oct 29, 2020)

Power was restored to 4th street. At this time there is no major constructions or repairs scheduled for any of the facilities.

Tofino Harbour Authority

Phone: 250 725 4441

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