THE DOCK SHOPPE is back on Toronto’s Waterfront

Dock Shop

The doors are open seven days a week as THE DOCK SHOPPE builds its new store. Most important are FREE PARKING and the development of a dinghy dock in the Peter Street Basin located at the back door.

The Dock Shoppe offers a full selection of unique quality giftware. If you require a special product, our order desk will immediately expedite your request. As spring arrives The Dock Shoppe will host a Fun Grand opening. Get to them by dinghy via the Peter Street Basin Bridge just north of the Marine Fire Station; they will keep you updated on the bridge clearance.

The Dock Shoppe
108-350 Queens Quay West
Toronto, ON  M5V 3A7
416-362-3625

http://www.thedockshoppe.com/

dockmaster@thedockshoppe.com 

Business Hours

Monday – Friday 10am – 7pm
Saturday 10am – 6pm
Sunday 11am – 5pm
Sunday 11am – 5pm

 

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