What is now home to over 1,000 boat slips began back in 1979 when Robert Graves, the Federal Government Coast Guard engineered the first floating breakwater for the Kelowna Yacht Club. From there, Shoreline stepped in and built the entire marina over the years. The floating dock system incorporates everything from mains, sub-mains and fingers.
The Kelowna Yacht Club marina has been created using a variety of different construction materials, including: Moisture Shield composite decking, Large Douglas Fir timber, Concrete floating fingers, and Polystyrene-filled floatation tanks.
If you look close enough, you can see that many of the original components are still there. We’re proud of this as it goes to show that our handiwork withstands all weather systems and require minimal maintenance. It also validates all the time we spent researching and planning to make sure the marina performs as it should year after year.