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Shilshole Bay Marina
For your Comfort and Convenience
Access to Comcast high-speed internet, advanced cable TV, and digital voice on all new docks. Call Comcast to order service.
Shore power up to 200amps – billed at Seattle City Light rates.
Fresh water: one connection for each four berths.
24/7 security/staff and locked gates.
Free garbage disposal, recycling, waste oil, and hazmat collection conveniently located throughout the marina.
Free self-service sewage and bilge pump-outs.
Restrooms and showers.
Self-service laundry facilities are available in restroom buildings at top of J and L piers. Contact marina office for entry code.
Free parking: ample permit and public spaces for tenants, customers, and visitors.
Overnight guest moorage customers are welcome to complimentary loaner bikes and downtown Ballard shuttle service. Contact the marina office for details at 206-787-3006 or
Liveaboard: Shilshole Bay Marina offers a maximum of 300 slips for liveaboard moorage.
Marine services: Seaview Boatyard on site. Shilshole Bay Fuel Dock -- (206) 783-7555 -- offers gas, diesel #1, #2, bilge and sewage pump-outs, Porta Potti dump, groceries, and ice. Open seven days a week from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Casual dining on site: Little Coney provides Northwest style fish-n-chips and more.
Check out the on-site businesses
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Shilshole Bay Marina is only 20 minutes from downtown Seattle. The marina features a public fishing pier and over a mile of public promenade to enjoy the breathtaking views of the Olympic Mountains and Puget Sound. Located to the north of the marina is a public boat ramp, another fishing pier, and beautiful Golden Gardens Park.
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