Rumble Beach Marina

Village of Port Alice

Sources of Funding
ICET:$140,000
West Coast Community Adjustment Program:$200,000
Coast Sustainability Trust:$200,000
Village of Port Alice:$60,000
Total Budget: $600,000
Quick Facts: 

Less than one year after completion, one new charter operator has established a new business operating from the new marina.

Port Alice, located on Neroutsos Inlet, is known as the ‘Gateway to the West Coast’, providing access to prime fishing and recreation areas such as Side Bay, Gooding Cove and Winter Harbour.  Marine visitors were discouraged from coming to Port Alice because of lack of available moorage facilities. Consumer spending that would otherwise occur in the community was diverted because it wasn’t convenient to dock.

The Rumble Beach marina project included installation of eight concrete floats moored to environmentally friendly steel piles, decked in locally milled red cedar, creating a total of 400 feet of additional moorage space.  The new floats provide 12 to 20 small craft slips for transient and commercial boaters and is large enough to accommodate vessels up to 100 feet in length as well as seaplanes.

Transient commercial and recreational boat traffic, floatplanes and groups of paddlers can now make use of basic marine facilities. Additional traffic will help support and develop the small but growing tourist economy in Port Alice. Port Alice is now also connected to a network of communities linked by marine tourism, fisheries and aquaculture ventures. 

The new facility, completed in 2014, has provided a base for local commercial marine operators. Less than one year after completion, one new charter operator has established a new business operating from the new marina.

ICET By The Numbers

2,500
person years employment created (construction phase)

ICET By The Numbers

50
locally elected officials and MLAs working together

ICET By The Numbers

$10.4
million annual provincial government revenue generated

ICET By The Numbers

3,650
post completion jobs created

ICET By The Numbers

$4.6
dollars leveraged for every ICET dollar invested

ICET By The Numbers

$236
million leveraged into the region

ICET By The Numbers

$50.5
million disbursed

ICET By The Numbers

$52.1
million committed

ICET By The Numbers

212
economic development projects

ICET By The Numbers

170
projects completed

ICET By The Numbers

36%
projects in small (less than 5,000) communities

ICET By The Numbers

50+
communities with ICET projects

2019-2020 ANNUAL REPORT

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