Business Hours
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Spring is around the corner...and we're back to our regular hours.

Come and see use for all of your boating needs.

Effective March 18, 2024 we will be moving to our Summer business hours.  

 Thank you for your continued support.  


SALUS Marine Wear
SALUS Marine Wear »

Some Holiday Cheer for the team at Massel's Marine.  Hurry in now to save!!!!!


Custom Numbers

We are pleased to anounce that Massel's Marine is now able to offer in house custom vinyl cutting for your vessel licence numbers.  Using quality vinyl we can cut your numbers to order in the font of your choice.  As a rule, the numbers will be cut in either black or white vinyl to contrast the hull colour of your boat; however other colour choices are availiable upon request. (upcharges may apply)

Want to put a name on your boat??? We can do that too.

Give us a call or stop in and we can work with you to come up with a design that will work best for you.  Pricing for custom work will vary.

We are Hiring!!!!
We are Hiring!!!! »

Massel's Marine is looking for a Full Time Marine Technician.  

If you have a passion for service excellence, a strong work ethic, a positive attitude, are a team player and have mechanical experience in the marine field this might be the job for you.

We operate small, family owned marine dealership that is open year round.    

What's New?

Safety Is Simple - Have a Plan! »

Sunday, April 18th, 2021 11:37 am

From our friends at BOATING ONTARIO...

Ontario is home to one-fifth of the world’s freshwater, with over 250,000 lakes!

Boating opportunities are endless and can be an extraordinary experience, but open water carries risks too. No matter what activity you enjoy, or your experience, make sure you know what you’re doing before dipping your toe in.  For the safety of yourself and others, it is essential that you are fully prepared.


Plan a safe and fun day out on the water by keeping these tips in mind:

1. Learn how to launch your boat
2. Learn how to dock your boat
3. Don't drink or do drugs while boating
4. Wear a properly fitted life jacket

 We Believe An Informed, Confident Boater Is A Safe Boater 

It Doesn't Look Like They're Drowning???? »

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Breaking the misconception of what a drowning person "Looks Like"

Here is a couple of great articles to help you better understand what to look for.

Be safe on the water.....