West Sound Marina

Post Office Box 119, Orcas, Washington 98280
p: 360-376-2314 | f: 360-376-4634

West Sound Marina: Located on the northeast side of West Sound, in the lee of Picnic Island. Enter from the west. Look for the high bay building, gray with green trim, and the landmark weather vane. Guest moorage is found at a 250' float on the south side of the marina, closest to Picnic Island. You may tie on both sides of the float. Thirty amp power, drinking water, and showers are available to moorage patrons. Call on VHF 16. Check in at the marina office on arrival. The fuel dock is adjacent to the guest moorage and dispenses gas and diesel. Waste pump-out is also available at the fuel dock. Expanded in 1999, West Sound Marina is the largest moorage facility on Orcas Island with 180 permanent moorage slips. Some summer sublets are available. West Sound Marina is also the largest repair facility in the San Juans. In addition to the 30 ton hoist, which can handle boats to 18' beam, the yard is an authorized repair facility for MerCruiser, Volvo, Yanmar, Ford, Force, and Johnson/Evinrude engines and products. Boats to 60' in length can be repaired under cover in the high bay building on the wharf. The marina store has an extensive inventory as well as a complete stock of engine parts. Ice, propane, charts, and snacks are sold. The Orcas Island Yacht Club and Kingfish at West Sound are only a short walk. Kenmore Air provides scheduled service. Open all year. Hours: Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m.- 4:45 p.m. Saturday 10:00 a.m.- 3:00 p.m. Sunday (July and August) 10:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. Closed Sunday in off season. Emergency services can be provided.

Website: under construction

Mailing address:
Post Office Box 119
Orcas, Washington 98280

Telephone: 360-376-2314
Fax: 360-376-4634
Email:  info@westsoundmarina.com

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