moorage north of seattle

Looking for Moorage North of Seattle? Think La Conner

moorage north of seattleDid you know that La Conner is a terrific place to find boat moorage north of Seattle? For boaters who would rather spend their time boating in the San Juan Islands, rather than boating the miles and miles from Seattle to the San Juan Islands, La Conner’s 300-slip marina is a fabulous option.

The Marina features two separate moorage basins, which together cover approximately 24 acres. There are 366 covered moorage slips, 131 open moorage slips plus 2,400 lineal feet of dock space for overnight moorage, along with 140 dry boat berths.

Moorage North of Seattle – Easy Navigation!

Mooring your boat in La Conner offers a much easier way to navigate to the San Juan Islands – you can either go north out of the Swinomish Channel and then west through Guemes Channel and across the north end of Rosario Strait, or you can go south out of the channel, north into Skagit Bay and then through Deception Pass and across the southern end of Rosario Strait. Either way, you’ll often find fewer challenges from fog and rough waters than you’ll encounter while crossing the Strait of Juan de Fuca.

Moorage North of Seattle – Full-service Marina!

• Two marina basins on the east shore of the Swinomish Channel

• Open all year

• 2,400 linear feet of guest moorage on F and G floats

• 360 covered berths

• 100 open berths

• Haul-out slip with sling hoist

• 140 dry boat berths (dry storage)

• Waste pump-out

• Power & water

• Free Wi-Fi

• Restrooms, showers, & laundry

• Glass, metal, & paper recycling

• Key card security

Parking (Per Day)
Public Fee = $3.00Boat Trailer/Tow Vehicle = $4.00
RV / Camper = $6.00

Click on these links for Guest ReservationsMoorage and Directions/Navigation.

613 North 2nd Street / P.O. Box 1120
La Conner, WA 98257
P: 360-466-3118
F: 360-466-3119
Dry Boat: (360) 466-3195
VHF Channel 66A


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