Squalicum Harbor
722 Coho Way, Bellingham, Washington 98225
p: 360-676-2542 | f: 360-671-6149

Squalicum Harbor

Squalicum Harbor: Check out the changes on Bellingham's waterfront! Squalicum Harbor offers excellent visitor moorage facilities and year around public moorage for 1,417 resident vessels. This Port of Bellingham marina features all of the services boater's rely upon, quality marine supply stores, and numerous repair and maintenance options. New developments include Squalicum Boathouse, a community meeting facility. Located on the waterfront, it is perfect for yacht club gatherings. The harbor is bordered by Bellwether on the Bay, a new port development featuring a world-class hotel, restaurants, a salon/spa, and great shopping. Squalicum offers 1,500' of guest floats on gates 3, 9 and 12. When approaching, contact the Harbor Master by calling the office at 360-676-2542 or 360-739-8131 (after hours). Facilities and services include 20/30/50 amp 110/120 volt power, fresh water, showers, restrooms, laundry, fuel docks (gas, diesel, propane, stove oil) waste pump-outs, and excellent customer service. Pump-outs are located at all gates. A complimentary shuttle to downtown is available to visiting Boaters. Please check with U.S. Customs for current clearance requirements. Located midway between Seattle and Vancouver, British Columbia, close to the San Juan Islands. Boat charters, tour boats, boat brokerages, marine touch tank, numerous parks, restaurants, and public boat launch. A modern buoy system for summer moorage is located at Fairhaven in the southern part of the bay.

Website:  www.portofbellingham.com

E-mail: squalicum@portofbellingham.com

Address:  722 Coho Way
Bellingham, WA  98225

Phone:  360-676-2542
Fax:  360-671-6149

Now in its 43rd year, Northwest Boat Travel is a unique cruising guide containing twenty geographically arranged chapters presenting descriptions and useful information about the ports-of-call, anchorages, bays, inlets, waterways, marine parks, marina and resort facilities, fuel docks, services, and things to see and do along coasts and islands of Washington, British Columbia, and Southeast Alaska.