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Guest Moorage is available and Yacht Clubs are welcome at Bell Harbor Marina


Bell Harbor Marina Transit Options

Bell Harbor Marina is a few blocks from King County Metro Route 99, with the nearest stops being at Elliott Avenue and Broad Street or on First Avenue near Wall Street. The route provides access to the Belltown neighborhood, Pike Place Market, Seattle Art Museum, and the Pioneer Square neighborhood and Chinatown-International District. For complete route information and to plan your trip, visit the route's webpage. Note: the downtown Seattle Ride Free Area was discontinued, so fares are now being charged.
Other bus routes are accessible via a short walk from the marina. Visit the King County Metro Online Trip Planner to plan your trip.

During the summer months, the Emerald City Trolley - a hop-on, hop-off tour trolley - stops just outside Bell Harbor Marina on its Downtown Scenic Route. Visit the Emerald City Trolley website for details and fare information.

Clean Boat Tips

Washington State Department of Ecology regulations stipulate that your work involving 25% or more per year of boat’s deck and superstructure, and any hull refinishing requires a haul out in a permitted yard. There are many small projects that can safely be done slip side with precautions to preserve clean air, water and aquatic life. You can sand, paint and vanish in slip as long as work does not exceed the 25% rule. You are still responsible to prevent any discharge to the water and to keep the work area clean to present material from entering the water.
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Now Available

Marina Merchandise

Shilshole, Bell Harbor and Harbor Island Marina merchandise is now available for sale. Order gifts online for the boating enthusiast in your life or for yourself.

Bell Harbor Beacon Newsletter: April 2014