Port of South Whidbey
P.O. Box 872, Freeland, WA 98249
p: 360-221-1120 | VHF 66A

Port of South Whidbey's Harbor at Langley: A great little getaway whether close to home or as a stopping place on a longer journey.   The Harbor boasts deep water moorage on our brand new expanded docks. This breakwater-protected facility offers transient moorage year-round and monthly moorage from October through April. Overnight reservations recommended, friendly dockside assistance for arrivals and departures, day stops upon availability, or call for group reservations up to 1 year in advance. 30, 50 and 100 amp power is available, as well as water, waste pump-out barge, showers, and a launch ramp with new boarding floats. Laundry facilities are in town about ¼ mile from the harbor. The charming town of Langley overlooks Saratoga Passage and is a short walk from the waterfront. Visitors will find a full service grocery with an excellent wine shop, wine tasting rooms, several bistros and full service restaurants, book and antique stores, a bakery, a classic 1930s movie house, motels, inns, B&B’s, mens and womens clothing and accessories shops, public library, post office and spectacular views. Annual special events include a Murder Mystery Weekend in February, Whidbey Island Fair in July, and Djangofest in September. Check www.visitlangley.com for specific dates. Gray whales are often seen feeding in the shallows just off Waterfront Park from March through May. Come enjoy the leisurely pace of Island Time.

Email: harbormaster@portofsouthwhidbey.com
Website: www.portofsouthwhidbey.com

Mailing address: P.O. Box 872, Freeland, WA  98249

Harbormaster: 360-221-1120


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