feature (id #257):
Anchorages

categorytourism and recreation

description — Location of anchorages and Council of BC Yacht Clubs Safe Boat Havens.

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for data layer: Anchorages

custodian — BCMCA:
(info@bcmca.ca)

for data layer: Central Coast LRMP data

custodian — Outdoor Recreation Council (via GeoBC): Doug Fetherston (formerly Province of BC)

for data layer: Coastal Resource Inventory

custodian — Province of BC - Coastal Resource Information Management System (CRIMS): Carol Ogborne

for data layer: Tourism Opportunity Studies

custodian — Province of British Columbia, GeoBC: Robert Gowan

for data layer: Safe boat havens

custodian — Council of British Columbia Yacht Clubs: Jack Grisley/Paul Stanley

for data layer: Safe boat havens

custodian — Canadian Coast Guard: Susie Harders

for data layer: Safe boat havens

custodian — Province of British Columbia

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