Details for Pierre's at Echo Bay Lodge and Marina

Pierre's at Echo Bay Lodge and Marina

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Average rating 4.3 stars from 17 reviews

Address Simoom Sound PO
Echo Bay, BC V0P 1S0


After hours contact

Facility type

Marina - YES
Club - NO
Fuel - YES
Repair - NO
Municipal - NO
Other - NO

VHF channel



Email contact

Owner, manager

Pierre and Tove Landry; Jerome and Lucy Rose





Payments acceptedCredit cards - YES
Checks - NO

Payment info


Payment discounts

Operation (seasonal or year-round)

Additional info:


Straight forward





Tide & current additional info

With spring tides, there can be some current, just check to be sure.


Approach: Unknown
Transient dockage: Unknown
Fuel dock: Unknown

Other depth info:

Dock typesWood - YES
Concrete - NO
Floating - YES
Fixed - NO
T/Alongside - YES
Other - NO

Additional info:

Size restrictionsLOA max: Unknown
Beam max: Unknown

Other info:


Transient: Unknown
Total: Unknown
Transient price: $1.35/ft (2016-08-11)

Other price info: Short term tie-up is available at the hourly dock - located on the ourside of the 'floating store', next to the fuel dock. Rate is $5 per hour.


Transient: Unknown
Total: Unknown
Transient price: Unknown

Other price info:

AC power30 amp - YES
50 amp - YES
100 amp - NO

Additional info:

Pricing info: 30 amp is $20 per day.

Cable TV (and pricing)

Phone hookup (and pricing)

Water (and pricing)

Yes - It still has a 2 minute boil notice and does have a tannen tint.

Dinghy access

Liveaboard info


Fuel brand:

Gas priceUnknown

Other price info:

Diesel priceUnknown

Other price info:



Pets welcomeYes

Other pet info: Leashed

Disability access

Launch service

Pump out


Yes - Block and cube available.


Yes - Recyclable aluminum cans and plastic bottles only.







Yes - Well stocked, including milk and fresh produce.



Yes - Not quite a restaurant per se, but there are themed dinners offered several times a week, and they are excellent. Check their web site for the schedule and information about the dinners.


Hotels or motels

Yes - Lodging units, Yurt available.

Repair capabilities

Haul out capabilities

Storage facilities

Fishing supplies


Chartering capabilities

Internet access


Boat ramp availability


Other services


Reviews for Pierre's at Echo Bay Lodge and Marina
unique Experience, 2017-09-02
Captain: , Chattanooga TN (400)

We were here for the Pig Roast on Saturday nights. Although a little expensive, everyone should do this once. Pierre is quite the character. Dockage is $1.40 ft. Plus $50 for 50 amp. I would not recommend using their water because of the high tannin content. Docks are great. Internet is spotty. Good Salmon fishing just beyond the marina.

Late season visit, 2017-08-26
Captain: , Vancouver (30)

This marina is well worth the visit. They offer three meal nights:Fish and Chips, Roast Beef, and Roast Pig. The roast beef was exceptional. The roast pig is also very good and is their signature event. Each boat also brings a hearty side.

As others have said, it seems to be a well run marina. The water is not potable because they don't do government testing, so it's better to go with full water tanks.

The place to be, 2017-08-07
Captain: , Seattle (505)

They try hard to please guests and succeed with music, dinners, store, fuel, hiking, float plane service and other amenities. Dock hands help you with the lines. A must-see in the Broughtons.

Fun two night stay, 2017-07-23
Captain: , Portland, OR (250)

Had a very enjoyable stay with friendly dock help. Enjoyed the author talk on Friday night and the pig roast was great. Hiked over to see Billy as well. Docks are very nice, can handle larger boats, good power. Store was great to see. Fished and kayaked.

Great Time But, 2016-09-01
Captain: , Whittier Alaska (839)

Yes it is spendy but well worth it. I may not be coming back next year. The main factor in my rating is the lecture we recieved from Mrs. Pierre about not being a pig when dishing up your dinner. I paid a lot of money for the pig roast and got very little meat and did not appriciate the lecture. Also as mentioned, if you are going to advertise WIFI, Cell service and a Hottub, then make sure it is all working everywhere on the dock. A major upgrade is needed and the hottub needs to be filled for its guests. We did have fun, but I think I will spend my hard eraned money at Sullivan Bay and not Eco Bay if things do not change.

Interesting Place, 2016-08-02
Captain: , Liberty Bay, WA (430)

Nice place, fun time and very nice people running the place. Pierre does a great pig roast on Saturdays, which was very good, and prime rib on Thursday, which I understad is even better than the pig. A bit pricey but probably worth it. They do pack the boats in tight during prime season. They also have some docks on the opposite side of the bay, but you have to dingy over to the marina. They advertise wifi and cellular, but the wifi is almost non-existant as the signal is week and the bandwith limited. You have to be right at the marina store in order to connect. They only want you to use it for emails because of the limited bandwitch, but you see people using it for facebood and even seen an employe skyping. if it gets busy enough where they cannot conduct business (credit card) they will shut if off to the guests. You also have to be in a certain spot in order to use the cell phone. We found quite a few marinas on our cruises that advertise wifi, but a lot of the times it is not useable.

beautiful spot but..., 2016-06-21
Captain: , cleveland, OH (70)

Our own fault for not asking, but...

We had serious sticker shock. The rate was $1.35/ ft for our 24 ft boat. By the time we added showers, power (15 amp), and laundry, the bill was over $70. I know they have a short season, but..

The wifi was free.

Friendly, good marina, 2014-09-09
Captain: , Olalla WA (412)

We stayed here 8-20-2014 two nights. Enjoyed the Fish and Chips dinner and a potluck dinner. Walked to Billy Proctor's Museum and enjoyed that. Echo Bay Yacht Club (frequent visitors) was holding a fishing derby when we were here, so marina was extremely full. Pierre and Tove were very friendly and helpful. Scenic location with good fishing int he vicinity.

One of the Best Broughton Marinas, 2014-07-30
Captain: , Kirkland, WA (4478)

Echo Bay continues to be one of the best marinas in the Broughton Islands. We stayed two nights and enjoyed their Fish & Chips dinner the first and the BBQ Prime Rib the second. Both were excellent. The short trail to Bill Procters is a bonus to the marina's other amenities such as the well-stocked store.

Lively place, 2013-09-07
Captain: , Cruising (3535)

Friendly, with an amazingly well-stocked little store for such a remote spot. Good seaplane service to major cities in the region. We were very impressed with the big theme dinners (reservations needed) - the food was excellent and served in a fun, campy atmosphere.

note correct phone number, 2013-09-05
Captain: , Secret Cove BC (102)

tel:(250)713-6415 They have better internet than phone and prefer contact by email. stopped for a night and roast beef. incredible. maybe one of the best ever. side table was good, and generous, but the bbq prime rib was the best. pierre might do one more this saturday. we might have to cone back.

Just another 5-Star rating!, 2012-09-18
Captain: , Fairview, TX (239)

I can't add anything that others haven't already stated, but I just wanted to reinforce all the positive comments posted. Great folks here running a really nice operation. You will not be disappointed......

Bustling operation, 2012-09-03
Captain: , Seattle, WA (437)

Pierre's is a well-run place, busy with lots of amenities for the Broughtons. It was just a little too busy for us, even at the end of August. Good spot for families with fishing, activities during the day, and Billy Proctor nearby. We skipped the dinner (Italian Night), but people seemed to really enjoy it. Reasonable selection in the store. Internet was pretty much unusable (but free).

We had an old guide book - no longer at Pierre's Bay, 2012-07-12
Captain: , Vancouver, BC (10)

Very welcoming, clean and the dinners provide copious amount of food, even filled up our 17 year old son. Communal style theme dinners: Italian, Prime Rib, potluck and of course the famous Saturday night pig roast. Dinners cost $20 - $30 and bring your own plates and cutlery and drinks. Well worth a visit.

Note: Our 2006 Dreamspeaker Guide book still had the marina in Pierre's Cove just N. of Echo Bay. It has been in Echo Bay since 2008.

The Baron of the Broughtons!, 2010-12-24
Captain: , Sequim, WA (676)

Pierre and his partner, Jerome have staked out a great destination in Echo Bay. The Pig Roasts are over the top fun. It's fun to stay 3-4 days there.

echo bay combined with Pierres, 2008-10-02
Captain: , Stockton Ca. (142)

Marina now called Pierres at echo bay . All new docks, good store and staff puts on events like pig roasts and steak nights.They have applied for a liqour license and if they get it, it will be best place to provision in Broughtons

Echo Bay Marina, 2007-07-28
Captain: , Olympia (1435)

Great marina with plenty of space. Has weekly potlucks. Good store. Post office. Good prawning, halibut, and salmon fishing nearby.

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