Des Moines Marina
22307 Dock Avenue South, Des Moines, WA 98198
Phone: 206-824-5700

City of Des Moines Marina: To enjoy one of the finest views of the Olympic Mountains, come to this Marina located on the east side of Puget Sound, just a few miles south of Seattle and north of Tacoma (47-24’ N lat. 22-20’ long.). The marina entrance is between the fishing pier and the north end of the breakwater. At night, look for the green entrance buoy, along with the three yellow navigation lights on the fishing pier and the single red marker light on the end of the breakwater. After clearing the breakwater, turn starboard and proceed to the fuel dock and guest moorage area. Approximately 1,200’ of guest moorage space available on a first come first served basis. Reservations are accepted for vessels 32’ and greater in length and for groups of 5 or more boats. 24 hour notice for single boaters and two weeks minimum notice for groups. Online reservations available via Vessels up to 60 feet can be accommodated. Water and 30 amp shore power are available. Check in at the fuel dock. No charge for moorage for vessels moored under 4 hours. There is a waiting list for permanent moorage. Please visit the marinas website for current waitlist time frames. Since its opening in 1970, this well maintained facility has served the community of Des Moines and provided boaters access to the city’s business district, located a few blocks east. Nearby are banks, shops, groceries, restaurants, and lodging. Also located in the marina is Anthony’s Homeport, Classic Yacht Sales, Ranger Tugs, Ocean Quest Dive Charters, Quarterdeck Coffee, Beer & Wine Bar, and CSR Marine boatyard. Fuel dock with gas, diesel, propane, and lubricants are available. A pump-out is available free of charge. Showers and restrooms. Families and large gatherings enjoy the picnic and meeting facilities at adjacent Des Moines Beach Park. Visit the marina’s website for more information.

Address:  22307 Dock Avenue S
                Des Moines, WA  98198     

Phone:    206-824-5700

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