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Dock Links

July 7, 2022

Dock Links is a membership discount program designed with boaters in mind.

Members receive exclusive access to savings at participating marina’s, restaurants and retail locations across Ontario.

Dock Links Marine Partners invite you to come and visit their facilities and offer you exclusive discounts, such as transient stay discounts, fuel discounts, and discounts on pump outs. Members can take advantage of exclusive discounts at restaurants, local businesses, partnered marina’s and much more…

Dock Links members can also take advantage of thousands of discounts across Canada with our Memberperks® program. From great restaurants to car rentals, clothing to footwear and even entertainment venues to vacation packages!

Become a member today. You’ll save the annual membership fee of $50 dollars in no time. The membership pays for itself! Great savings, all available at your fingertips. Plus, your membership is digital so it’s with you all the time on your mobile device.

Save on fuel! Save on fishing and boating supplies! Save on pump out!

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CPS-ECP members receive a 30% discount on their annual Dock Links membership. To take advantage of this discount click here.

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