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Thetis Island Dock, Vancouver Island
Canada

Thetis Island Marina is nestled in Telegraph Harbour, between Thetis and Kuper Islands. Thetis is among the many Gulf Islands lying between Vancouver Island and mainland British Columbia.

As one of the best-protected, scenic locations in the Gulf Islands, it is the perfect spot to rendezvous, relax and enjoy. Thetis Island Marina offers full amenities including a restaurant, pub, liquor store, post office and convenience store.

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Uploaded: 07/01/2009
Updated: 03/07/2014
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