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& Fuel Dock Guide

2019 Washington Marina
& Fuel Dock Guide

by NWY Staff

WWe at Northwest Yachting are proud to be a primary source of boating information for our community, especially now as we near our 33rd birthday. As per tradition, we offer our annual Washington Marina & Fuel Dock Guide to help you and crew get oriented for your next boating adventure.

Whether you’re out for a day trip or taking on the wilder corners of the state, having a solid resource for the local marinas and fuel docks is key. Get out there and make some memories!

Before plunging in, a few passing notes. As always, we recommend using this information as a supplement, not a replacement, to your primary navigational resources. You can also download this guide as its own PDF file for offline reference at nwyachting.com. Keep a copy on that smartphone or tablet if you so desire! Finally, remember that this guide is a living document, meaning we constantly update it with the latest developments. It’s only as good as our collective knowledge, so if you have information that could improve the guide, please reach out via email at editorial@nwyachting.com.

Marina & Fuel Dock Guide 2019

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Asphalt Pros Kitsap January 30, 2019 - 10:56

Our asphalt work on the Kitsap Peninsula has taken us to a variety of marinas and we have a few favorites. In no particular order, we really enjoy these locations due to their comfortable moorage facilities and great locations – all allow easy walking access to local attractions:
Port Orchard, Gig Harbor, Kingston, Poulsbo and Bainbridge.
Gig Harbor & Poulsbo offer lots of room to anchor. You can also anchor out in Bainbridge & Kingston if weather & space allows. Strung together, these make for a fun trip.
Also, we’ve found that Brownsville has very competitive fuel prices. It’s worth giving them a call if you’re passing by.
Thanks for putting together this list!


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