Wednesday, April 11, 2018

Spring weather brings progress on Prince Rupert Yacht Club project

Things are moving along well for the construction of the
Prince Rupert Yacht Club building at Cow Bay

It would appear to be a wee bit behind schedule, but as the more helpful weather arrives things are moving along much more quickly at the Prince Rupert Yacht Club clubhouse development.

The plans to bring the new structure to life were revealed for Prince Rupert City Council in the Spring of 2016, providing for a striking visual image for the city's Cow Bay waterfront complete with what would be a low intensity lighthouse as an accent piece.

The land clearing and parking lot work was the first phase and then the framing, which was followed by a somewhat lengthy delay before work took off again earlier this year.

Since then though the changes have been noticeable by the week with things appearing to be on a fairly steady schedule into the Spring bringing the Yacht Club members closer to opening their showcase building which should quickly a much photographed attraction for the Cow Bay waterfront area.

Some of the background to the project can be found below:

November 2017 -- Progress steady, but slow on Prince Rupert Yacht Club project
August 2017 -- New Yacht Club taking shape on Cow Bay waterfront
April 2017 -- Work picks up steam on site of New Yacht Club project
March 2016 -- Prince Rupert Yacht Club makes plans for major renovations

More notes related to tourism in Prince Rupert can be found on our Tourism archive page.

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