The Victoria/Esquimalt Harbour Society encourages participation by individuals, organizations and companies who have a direct interest arising from their use of the harbour. If you are interested in joining us please follow the steps outlined below.

Please download our Membership Information Package (pdf).

Membership Categories

A – Transportation (includes ferries, air carriers, air and marine terminals, shipping)

B – Industry/Commercial (includes harbour industrial, harbour connected business, fishing fleet/commercial)

C – Marine Tourism (includes charter boats, sport fishing, adventure tours, paddle sports, whale watching, harbour front accommodation/food)

D – Environmental (includes conservation focused organizations and individuals)

E – Marinas, float homes & liveaboards

F – Community Associations, municipalities, and First Nations

G – Member at Large

Appointed Members:

H – Greater Victoria Visitors & Convention Bureau (“Destination Greater Victoria”)

I – Greater Victoria Chamber of Commerce

Annual Membership Fees

(June 1 – May 31)

$200 – Corporate/Business
$100 – Community Association
$100 – Individual Membership
$25 – Individual Membership (non-voting)

Membership fees may be pro-rated depending on time of application.

Apply to Become a Member

Printable Apllication Form (pdf)

Please make all cheques payable to:
Victoria/Esquimalt Harbour Society

Mail to:
Victoria/Esquimalt Harbour Society
P.O. Box 8404
Victoria, B.C. V8W 3S1

Your application will be reviewed upon receipt of your application form and membership fee. See information below.

Become a Member!

  • VEHS connects you with your harbour.
  • VEHS is a venue for open dialogue where ideas can be shared.
  • Member meetings keep you up-to-date on current events and issues. We bring in interesting speakers on topical issues about our harbours and their future.
  • VEHS is a watchkeeper of your harbour. We speak out on issues that are of concern to our members.
  • A well-informed and engaged membership makes us a respected voice on harbour issues.