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1. Mulk­il­teo – Lo­cated at El­liott Point and is a known lo­ca­tion for its Ferry travel to Whid­bey Is­land. There are sea­sonal Port owned moor­ing floats at the North end of the Ferry ter­mi­nal for vis­it­ing boaters. Short stays are pre­ferred but overnight moor­age may be avail­able. There are many restau­rants within walk­ing dis­tance.

2. Ed­monds is known as the Gem of the Puget Sound. There is plenty of short term and overnight moor­age avail­able. The Port pro­vides show­ers, laun­dry fa­cil­i­ties, re­strooms, fuel, and boat launch for both ten­ants and guests.

3. Hi­ram M. Chit­ten­den Locks – Boats are lifted or low­ered into Puget Sound or Lake Washington. The locks are in op­er­a­tion 24 hours a day. You may ex­pe­ri­ence a bit of a wait but it is worth the ex­pe­ri­ence. Lake Washington moor­age is very limited so be pre­pared.

4. Shils­hole Bay Ma­rina - Shils­hole Bay Ma­rina’s ex­cep­tional ac­com­mo­da­tions pro­vide year-round se­cure moor­age for guest boats up to 250’, with pro­tected berths, wide fair­ways and float­ing con­crete docks fully equipped with all the con­ve­niences you need. On ar­rival at the ma­rina, please call the ma­rina of­fice at VHF 17, 206-728-3006 or 206-601-4089 for as­sign­ment.

5. Ken­more is the Gate­way to the Sam­mamish River. Please fol­low the 5 mile speed limit in the area and watchout for float planes! Lighted mark­ers out­line the chan­nel how­ever ground­ing has oc­curred. Tran­sient moor­age is avail­able at Har­bor Vil­lage Ma­rina by ap­point­ment only.

6. Juanita Bay – small boats may be able to beach at Juanita Beach Park. An­chor­age is pos­si­ble in the shal­low area near the beach.

7. Kirk­land has over 6.4 km (4 mi) of wa­ter­front on Lake Washington. Moor­age is avail­able at Moss Bay Ma­rina, Kirk­land’s Ma­rina Park and Car­il­lion Point Ma­rina. Sev­eral wa­ter­front restau­rants main­tain pri­vate docks for guest moor­age while din­ing.

8. Belle­vue is one of the largest cities in the State and of­fers over 520 m (1700 ft) of ex­cel­lent beach. A park south of the East Chan­nel of­fers a dock with swim­ming ac­cess.

9. Mercer Is­land has many lux­u­ri­ous homes with pri­vate docks so be cour­te­ous of pri­vacy. On the north shore in the Luther Bur­bank park there are fa­cil­i­ties for boaters. Day moor­age is avail­able for ap­prox­i­mately 30 boats.

10. Ren­ton has a 24 hour boat launch and short term moor­ing avail­able. You will be able to watch Boe­ing air­craft take-offs and land­ings. You will find vis­i­tor moor­age at Gene Coul­ton Me­mo­rial Beach Park

11. Andrews Bay has short term an­chor­age avail­able. The ap­proved area is de­fined by two buoys marked with “A” in­di­cat­ing the north­west and south­west cor­ners of the an­chor­age zone. Shore mark­ers note the north­east and south­east cor­ners. An­chor­age is limited ONLY to this area. A 72-hour max­i­mum stay within any seven day pe­riod is per­mit­ted. Lake­wood Moor­age, which is lo­cated north­west of an­chor­age area, has a small store with marine sup­plies and snacks.

12. Lake Union’s wa­ter­front is a vi­brant com­mu­nity. Tem­po­rary moor­age may be found at sev­eral wa­ter­front restau­rants and at var­i­ous mari­nas such as Chan­dlers Cove (425) 453-2500 and HC Henry Ma­rina. Be sure to visit the Arm­chair Sailor Books and Charts.

13. When you cruise into Seattle, you are reach­ing a des­ti­na­tion city that is one of the most breath­tak­ing along the West Coast. You will find moor­age at Bell Har­bor Ma­rina. On Pier 66 just min­utes from Pike Place Mar­ket, Bell Har­bor Ma­rina of­fers easy ac­cess to Seattle’s

finest restau­rants and down­town shop­ping. Guest moor­age is avail­able year-round for up to 80 recre­ational ves­sels in slips rang­ing from 25 feet to 120 feet. Moor­age can also be found at many of the mod­ern ma­rina’s in the area.

Des Moines is coined the “Water­land City” and has an 840 slip ma­rina with plenty of guest moor­age avail­able. Check in at the fuel fa­cil­ity.

The City of Re­dondo Beach has been a pre­ferred re­sort des­ti­na­tion for more than a cen­tury. A coast­line and beaches ri­val­ing the most beau­ti­ful Mediter­ranean re­sorts, a plea­sure pier for strolling, shop­ping and din­ing, a sport fish­ing fleet, a har­bour with many sea­side restau­rants and cafes – all con­trib­ute to a unique and re­lax­ing sea­side am­bi­ence.

If you are look­ing for a lo­ca­tion for guest moor­age in Ta­coma, the city has five tran­sient slips avail­able at Rus­ton Way’s Old Town Dock. These are avail­able on a first-come, first-served ba­sis at no charge. These are sea­sonal slips and are not avail­able dur­ing the win­ter months. There are also two pub­lic tran­sient moor­age floats avail­able on Foss Water­way. Both are lo­cated on the west side of the water­way. Both have no power, elec­tric­ity or wa­ter, but are close to ser­vices, restau­rants and trans­porta­tion. Com­mer­cial mari­nas in Ta­coma have guest moor­age avail­able with ser­vices.

Visit Gig Har­bor (Washington’s Mar­itime Vil­lage) and en­joy fine din­ing, first class ac­com­mo­da­tions, unique shop­ping, re­cre­ation, year-around events and much more.

Purdy is the gate­way to the beau­ti­ful Key Penin­sula and is known for its warm, friendly peo­ple. Lo­cated half­way be­tween the mar­itime com­mu­nity of Gig Har­bor, bustling with gal­leries and ac­tiv­i­ties, and the much qui­eter Key Penin­sula, Purdy wel­comes vis­i­tors!

Vashon Maury Is­land has 2 pub­lic mari­nas. Dock­ton Park on Maury Is­land has pic­nic fa­cil­i­ties, pub­lic re­strooms, shower fa­cil­i­ties, swim­ming area and a play­ground. Quar­ter­mas­ter Ma­rina is lo­cated in Bur­ton’s in­ner Quar­ter­mas­ter Har­bor. Please call in ad­vance for space avail­abil­ity and to make reser­va­tions at 206-463-3624. Quar­ter­mas­ter Yacht Club is also lo­cated in Bur­ton’s in­ner Quar­ter­mas­ter Har­bor. You must have re­cip­ro­cal mem­ber­ship from an­other yacht club to dock.

Ar­riv­ing by wa­ter, you’ll find a large pub­lic ma­rina mak­ing Port Or­chard a favoured boat­ing des­ti­na­tion. Ma­rina Park, with its board­walk and cov­ered gazebo, of­fers beach ac­cess and is the site of the sum­mer out­door Farmer’s Mar­ket.

Bre­mer­ton, the largest city on the Kit­sap Penin­sula, is home of the Puget Sound Naval Ship­yard.

The Port of Poulsbo guest ma­rina is open 365 days a year and has 130 vis­i­tor slips. Ac­cess to shops and restau­rants makes this a pop­u­lar boat­ing des­ti­na­tion.

The Port of Kingston Ma­rina has 40 guest slips and shower & laun­dry fa­cil­i­ties. The ma­rina is within walk­ing dis­tance of shops and restau­rants. The com­mu­nity hosts a va­ri­ety of events dur­ing the year, in­clud­ing its pop­u­lar Farmer’s Mar­ket, held on Satur­days mid-april to mid-october at the Port of Kingston Ma­rina Park, next to the ferry dock.

Al­lyn over­looks the shore­line of North Bay-case In­let on Puget Sound. Boat launch­ing and moor­age fa­cil­i­ties are avail­able at the Al­lyn Pier, owned and op­er­ated by the Port of Al­lyn.

A short day trip from nearly any port in Puget Sound, Fair Har­bor Ma­rina is a pop­u­lar boat­ing des­ti­na­tion. Lo­cated in Grape­view, Washington, half­way be­tween Bre­mer­ton and Shel­ton off State Route 3, the ma­rina rests on the peace­ful shore­line of Case In­let in south Puget Sound.

With views of the ma­jes­tic Olympic moun­tains, Swan­town Ma­rina & Boat­works in­vites you to ex­pe­ri­ence the plea­sure and con­ve­nience of South Sound boat­ing. Within min­utes of down­town Olympia’s vi­brant wa­ter­front parks, shops and restau­rants, Swan­town is your gate­way to Washington’s Cap­i­tal City. Guest moor­age is avail­able.

Wel­come to Boston Har­bor Ma­rina. They are lo­cated in the his­toric com­mu­nity of Boston Har­bor. The ma­rina is a quaint North­west es­tab­lish­ment of­fer­ing wa­ter­front ac­cess and gen­eral marine re­lated ser­vices. It’s a great place to view the sights, ac­cess the wa­ter or just have a dock­side pic­nic while en­joy­ing the beauty of the South Sound.

The Key Penin­sula, west of Gig Har­bor is a beau­ti­ful penin­sula made up of 195 sq km (75 sq mi) at low tide and 170 sq km (65 sq mi) at high tide and of­fers won­der­ful forested parks and scenic views as well as agri­cul­tural and mar­itime his­tory.

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