feature (id #256):
Marinas and Coastal Facilities
category — tourism and recreation
description — Location of marinas and coastal facilities (floating and land based). Types include coastal ecotourism lodge, fishing lodge, floating fishing lodge, harbour authority/public wharf, harbour authority with marine fuel services, marina, marina with marine fuel services, marine fuel services, private marina/yacht club/yacht sales, Transport Canada public wharf and Transport Canada public wharf with marine fuel services.
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for data layer: Marinas and coastal facilities
custodian — BCMCA:
for data layer: Marine Fueling Stations
custodian — Canadian Coast Guard: Susie Harders
for data layer: Marinas and docks of the Pacific Northwest geodatabase
custodian — Parks Canada: Greg MacMillan
for data layer: Coastal Resource Inventory
custodian — Province of BC - Coastal Resource Information Management System (CRIMS): Carol Ogborne: http://catalogue.data.gov.bc.ca/dataset/341873a0-ae64-497f-bd0d-7dd9132c02f4
for data layers: Tourism Opportunity Studies; TANTALIS - Crown Tenures subpurpose: commercial wharf; marina; private moorage; private yacht club; public wharf
custodian — Province of British Columbia, GeoBC: Robert Gowan: http://catalogue.data.gov.bc.ca/dataset/3544ad91-0cf2-4926-a08a-bfe42d9a031d
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